Hugo Larsen was a portrait painter in high demand. This is also reflected in the number of portraits in his works. In order to limit the size of each 'exhibition room' in the gallery, the family portraits and self portraits are therefore assembled in their own room.
With this division, two things become clear. First, he used himself and the closest family to practise new sides of his art. Second, the family also gave him the rest and freedom necessary to create some of his very finest portraits.
You may see a larger reproduction by clicking on any of the thumbnails below. You may also start a tour in the Family Gallery here.
The Virtual Gallery:
Hugo Larsen in the Danish West Indies
Hugo Larsen's West Indian drawings
Portraits by Hugo Larsen
Hugo Larsen's muses
Other Works by Hugo Larsen
Sketches and drawings by Hugo Larsen
I would be very happy to receive photos of Hugo Larsen paintings. If you are not familiar with making photos of paintings, please visit my small guide.
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