Carl Bogh (1827-1893) Danish
Carl Henrik Bogh admitted to the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen in 1851. He attended the School of Painters from 1852 and for some time he studied under J.L. Lund. In 1857 he won the Neuhausen Prize and received travelling scholarships in 1861 and 1862 when he spent extensive time in Paris. Bogh was widely travelled and also visited Düsseldorf, Brussels, Antwerp and Vienna, he is also known to have spent time in Norway and Sweden.
A noted painter of animals in their natural habitats, he made his debut at the prestigious Charlottenborg Spring Exhibitions in 1854 and The Royal Museum acquired his work in 1870 and again in 1875.
This outstanding oil on canvas was painted when the artist was at the height of his powers. It was exhibited at the Danish Royal Academy in Charlottenborg in 1879 (painting no 55). It retains its original frame.
Year 1870. Oil on canvas. Signed & dated on front.


Height 96.5 cm / 38 "
Width 114.5 cm / 45 14"
Framed height 127 cm / 50 "
Framed width 145 cm / 57 14"



Oil on canvas


Signed & dated on front