Letter to Bénézit-Constant, 1890 Feb. 10.

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Jacobsen, Carl Christian Hilmann, 1842-1914. Letter to Bénézit-Constant, 1890 Feb. 10.

Letter to Bénézit-Constant, 1890 Feb. 10.

Carl Jacobsen informs Béné́zit-Constant that the engraving of Angelus (after the painting by Jean François Millet) has arrived in perfect condition. He wants to frame it, and needs to know if the parchment may be put in a press, and then pasted on "carton satiné" like a photograph. On letterhead La Glyptothèque de Ny Carlsberg Musée de sculpture, Copenhague.

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Millet, Jean-François, 1814-1875

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French painter. From the description of Letters, 1865-1867. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 84155200 ...

Bénézit-Constant

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Jacobsen, Carl Christian Hilmann, 1842-1914

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The Danish brewer Carl Jacobsen was the founder of a sculpture collection called Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, which he donated to the public in two deeds of gift in1888 and 1899. He was interested in contemporary French and Danish art, as well as ancient Mediterranean art. From the description of Letter to Bénézit-Constant, 1890 Feb. 10. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 84655640 Danish brewer and maecenas, founder of the Ny Carlsberg glyptothek in Copenhagen. ...