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Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark

55 Sloane Street

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In a specially arranged evening at the Embassy of Denmark in London, art historian MaryAnne Stevens will give an illustrated talk about Danish artist Laurits R Tuxen (1853 – 1927) and his connections as court artist to both the Danish and British royal families, as well being an important member of the Skagen colony of artists at the turn of the 19th century.

We will then visit the Residence on the upper floor, kindly hosted by Ambassador Claus Grube and his wife, where we see work by Tuxen and also hear the history of this important 1977 building designed by the distinguished Danish architect Arne Jacobsen.

Includes wine and nibbles.


Photo ID required at event.

Please advise in advance (london@artfund.org.uk) if wheelchair access required.


Image: Laurits Regner Tuxen (1853-1927), The Family of Queen Victoria in 1887. Courtesy of The Royal Collection.

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