Frederiksholms Kanal from Prince's Bridge, Copenhagen, is depicted in this original oil painting from the early 1900's, signed "G. Gundorff."
Georg Valdemar Gundorff was born in 1876 Aalborg and died in 1925. A well-known Danish Impressionist landscape painter, he is best recognized for his paintings of Copenhagen's harbor and canals. Educated at art schools in Berlin and Leipzig, he later received a scholarship from the Danish Government for study journeys abroad and was exhibited at the world Fair in Paris 1900.
In the middle ground is Marmorbroen (marble bridge), one of Copenhagen’s “must see” bridges.
Background features the spire of the Church of the Holy Spirit. To the right of that is the cathedral bell tower of the Church of Our Lady, site of royal events such as weddings and coronations.
There are minor scuffs on the genuine 24k gold leaf frame, see photos.
Overall size is 36" x 51" and 2" deep.
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