Marcus Larson

1825-1864 Sweden-Landscapes/Maratime Art

 

Brief Biography-Marcus Larson was from Atvidaberg, Sweden. He was regarded as the foremost Swedish landscape painter of the time. He studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts in Stockholm and later took up teaching art. On a visit to Copenhagen he received lessons from Vilhelm Melbye the Danish maritime artist. His career took off when he went to Dusseldorf to study under Andreas Achenbach; from there he went to live in Paris. After a few years in Paris he travelled between Denmark and Russia. He spent his last couple of years in London where he died in 1864.

 

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nocturnal marine
with burning ships

nocturnal marine with burning ships

river landscape with
figures and mills

river landscape with figures and mills


ship by the coast

ship by the coast


ship on stormy sea

ship on stormy sea


steamboat in distress

steamboat in distress


steamship in sunset

steamship in sunset


waterfall in smaland

waterfall in smaland

landscape
with waterfall

landscape with waterfall


night at sea

night at sea


romantic landscape

romantic landscape


sea of mansken

sea of mansken


shipwreck in the sky

shipwreck in the sky

storm at
bohuslanska coast

storm at bohuslanska coast

the sea in
the moonlight

the sea in the moonlight with lighthouse and burning steamers


real distain

real distain

painting by
marcus larson

painting by marcus larson

landscape
with whitewater

landscape with whitewater


attributed to

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