Jaegersborg Dryehave (Deer Park)1901 by Vilhelm Hammershøi

"At first glance, [this] is an ordinary forest landscape, one of several Hammershoi painted from the inside looking out. Nordic painters often portrayed trees as something like symbolic humans in their vertical stance but Hammershoi draws our eyes to the spaces between the trees.... In Hammershoi's paintings there are no accidents, and we are left to marvel at how he makes the trees and even..." More at http://thebluelantern.blogspot.nl/2013/05/a-summer-landscape-vilhelm-hammershoi.html
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Location: Danish State Art Museum , Copenhagen