Depicted are scattered groups of trees opening across fields to a high horizon.
Carl Schwenn (1888-1973) was a Danish landscape painter who studied at the Art Academy of Copenhagen from 1908 to 1912 and later spent some years studying painting in France. He became professor at the Art Academy of Copenhagen teaching perspective construction and published textbooks on the subject.
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||wooden stretcher, giltwood frame, oil on stretched canvas
||33.86 in. (86 cm)
|| 46.46 in. (118 cm)
|| 2.36 in. (6 cm)
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