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Winter Room at Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen, 1613-1620
Copenhagen,
created in
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The Winter Room at Rosenborg Castle belongs together with the bedroom and a writing room, the so called studiolo (see RKDimages artworknumber 254786), to the kings private quarters situated at the north end of the ground floor of Rosenborg Castle. The Winter Room consists of four walls (North-, South-, East- and West-) each decorated with approximately twenty paintings. For the individual walls see the artworknumbers listed above. Records on individual paintings can be found under the artworknumber of the wall they belong to.
Support/medium
panel (oak), oil paint
the panels consist of two or three boards glued together
Shape/dimensions
rectangle (landscape format) 49/75 x 65/104 cm
dimensions of sixty-five paintings c. 49 x 65 cm; original dimensions of four paintings c. 75 x 104 cm (Wadum 1988, p. 87)
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Current attribution
diverse kunstenaars
Date
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1613-1620 (1613 - 1620)
Wadum 1988, p. 87
Created in
Antwerp Wadum 1988, p. 86
Provenance
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Entered on: 2013-07-08; Last modification: 2015-12-24

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