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  1. Johan Thomas Lundbye (1 de septiembre de 1818 - 25 de abril de 1848) fue un pintor y artista gráfico danés, conocido por sus pinturas de animales y sus paisajes.

  2. Johan Thomas Lundbye (1 September 1818 – 25 April 1848) was a Danish painter and graphic artist, known for his animal and landscape paintings. He was inspired by Niels Laurits Høyen 's call to develop nationalistic art through depictions of Denmark's characteristic landscapes; the historical buildings and monuments, and the ...

  3. Johan Thomas Lundbye (1 de septiembre de 1818 - 25 de abril de 1848) fue un pintor y artista gráfico danés, conocido por sus pinturas de animales y sus paisajes.

  4. Johan Thomas Lundbye (1. september 1818 i Kalundborg – 26. april 1848 i Bedsted) var en dansk kunstmaler. Yngre broder til den senere krigsminister C.C. Lundbye . Lundbye var elev af J.L. Lund og udgjorde sammen med blandt andre P.C. Skovgaard , Lorenz Frølich og Jens Adolf Jerichau en ny generation af malere, der beskæftigede sig med ...

  5. Johan Thomas Lundbye (1 September 1818 - 25 April 1848) was a Danish painter and graphic artist, known for his animal and landscape paintings. He was inspired by Niels Laurits Høyen's call to develop nationalistic art through depictions of Denmark's characteristic landscapes; the historical buildings and monuments, and the country's simple ...

  6. Johan Thomas Lundbye was a Danish painter and graphic artist, known for his animal and landscape paintings. He was inspired by Niels Laurits Høyen's call to develop nationalistic art through depictions of Denmark's characteristic landscapes; the historical buildings and monuments, and the country's simple, rural people.

  7. Artist: Johan Thomas Lundbye (Danish, Kalundborg 1818–1848 Bedsted) Date: ca. 1837. Medium: Oil on canvas. Dimensions: 9 x 11 3/4 in. (22.9 x 29.8 cm) Classification: Paintings. Credit Line: Gift of Eugene V. Thaw, 2007. Accession Number: 2007.164.6. Learn more about this artwork. European Paintings at The Met.