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Art Wanted: Sell your 19th Century Ship Portrait
 

We are looking for works by:

Artist:
Foss, Peder Niels (Danish 1821- 1882) - Oilpaintings on canvas, a few Watercolors
Place:
Lived and worked in Dragör (near Copenhagen), Denmark.
Motifs:
Ship Portraits of Sailing Vessels
Prices:
Prices starting at Euro 1.000 (Continental Europe). Prices depend on subject, size, date, quality and condition. Please send us an e-mail to receive an exact offer for your work by this artist (free of charge for persons considering to sell their painting).
Notes:
A ship portrait painter who often enriched his composition by adding people working on board the ship, frequently Kronborg Castle is shown in the background. Information about the artist and his oeuvre can also be found in our book "Ship Portrait Artists".
Contact:
The FineArtEmporium is interested in the direct purchase of fine works by Peder Foss and can pay a good price. Please refer to our page "Contact" and send an e-mail to bais@gmx.de with the information requested there. You will receive an answer usually within 48-72 hours (up to a week in rare cases).

Examples of pictures by Peder Foss:

Foss, Peder Niels 
Known works in Private Collections and in the Art Trade- Fine Art Emporium World Register of Ship Portraits

*Medea* 1877 The Danish Barque under full sail at sea with a coastline and other shipping in the distance 50 x 74 cm signed with monogram "P.F." and dated - Scandinavian Collection


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Please note, that we have no photos or additional information about the above ship(s) or painting(s). The paintings are only shown as examples of works by the artist and are NOT for sale. If you are interested to check paintings available for purchase please refer to our For Sale Category. Thank you


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