Pikeportrett

Unique Artwork

artwork documentation shot #1
artwork documentation shot #2
artwork documentation shot #3
artwork documentation shot #4
artwork documentation shot #5
artwork documentation shot #6
artwork documentation shot #7

This work is displayed at the Gallery Star exhibition in 2024. The portrait is of a child looking towards the future, symbolizing hope and purity.

Valuation

NOK 33,600.00

Total shares

336

Price Per Share

NOK 100.00

As a co-owner, you get:

Legal Ownership Agreement

Digital Ownership Certificates

Voting Rights in Important Matters about the Artwork

Details

Artist

Johan Fredrik Eckersberg (1822 - 1870)

Original Title

"Pikeportrett"

Year

1852

Dimensions

24.5 ⅹ 30 cm

Materials

Oil on canvas

Framed

Wooden frame

Sold by

Blomqvist Kunsthandel

History

Artwork Selected May 3, 2024

Seller Identified May 3, 2024

Artwork Authenticated May 3, 2024

Co-ownership Agreement Signed May 3, 2024

Documented May 3, 2024

Safely Stored May 3, 2024

Co-ownership Established May 3, 2024

Artwork Pikeportrett

"Pikeportrett"

Johan Fredrik Eckersberg

1822 - 1870

Johan Fredrik Eckersberg is an essential and central artist. He is mainly known for his evocative Norwegian motifs, which are taken from the high mountains, forests and valleys, glaciers and fjords, and the occasional farm and building.

Eckersberg received his education at Den Kongelige Norske Kunstskole (Art School in Christiania) under Johannes Flintoe 1843–46 and at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf under Johann Wilhelm Schirmer 1846–48. In Düsseldorf, he also received proofreading and guidance from Hans Gude, from whom he drew much inspiration. August Cappelen was also an important source of inspiration. Because Norway did not yet have an art academy, artists had to go abroad to get their education, mainly to the art academies in Dresden and Düsseldorf.

On their study trips around Norway, they mainly took motifs from nature and folk life. In 1859, Eckersberg established a painting school in Lille Grensen in Christiania, which he ran until his death in 1870. It had a great influence on Norwegian artistic life and was continued by Knud Bergslien and Morten Müller.

Johan Fredrik Eckersberg participated in a number of collective exhibitions in Christiania, Bergen, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Paris, and Vienna, as well as at the World Exhibition in London (1862), but he never had a solo exhibition during his lifetime. Only in 1884, 14 years after his death, did the Christiania Art Association show a separate exhibition, which was repeated in Blomqvist's art shop in 1925.

What makes Johan Fredrik Eckersberg Interesting?

Eckersberg's clear, matter-of-fact, and sober style of painting emphasizes the line and tones down the coloristic, making his subjects appear closer to reality and the photographic. Therefore, Johan Fredrik Eckersberg can, in many ways, be considered a transitional figure between romanticism and realism in Norwegian art history.

Read more about the artist →

1. Market Offer

Offer Started

312 / 336 Available Shares

336

Total shares

312

Number of available shares

5

Number of co-owners

When buying shares in artworks you agree to our transaction terms and coowner agreement for each of the artworks listed below:

2. Share Sale

Share sale has not started yet.

After the market offering is closed, we open for share sales among the members. Ownership shares can be traded and increase in value without the artwork itself being sold in its entirety. This minimizes risk and allows co-owners to bind capital to a lesser extent.

3. Sale of the Artwork

Not Open for Sale Yet

NOK 50,000.00

Minimum price

2029

Auctions in

NOK 67,500.00

Buy out now

49% - 101%

Potential return

How can we help you?

Here are a few of the questions we get the most. If you don't see what's on your mind, reach out to us anytime on chat, or email.

Open Art Market in the press:
Kapital logo

"Slik blir du kunstsamler med en hundrings"

Read the article
Subjekt logo

"Nå kan du eie stor kunst for småpenger:
– Kunst skal være tilgjengelig for alle"

Read the article