|View from the Parthenon Between the Bars with Smoking Greeks, 1835, Martin Rørbye.|
|A company of Danish artists in Rome, 1836, by Constantin Hansen, a fellow Dane |
Rorbye met in Rome. Rorbye is the artist sitting on the floor to the left of the window.
|Martin Rorbye, 1851,|
engraving by Erling Eckersberg .
|An oil sketch by Constantin Hansen of|
Rorbye done in Rome, 1837, later
used in the painting above.
|The Prison of Copenhagen, 1831, Martinus Rørbye, considered by some to be his best work.|
|View from the Artist's Window, |
1825, Martinus Rørbye
|A Turkish Notary Drawing up a Marriage Contract, 1837, Martinus Rørbye|
|Christ Healing the Blind, |
1829, Martinus Rørbye.
Despite his health deteriorated, in 1844 Martinus Rorbye became a professor at the Danish academy’s school of modeling. He died in 1848 at the age of forty-five leaving a widow and several small children.
|I'm not sure where or when Rorbye found this blunderbuss;|
I would have been hard pressed not to have painted it too.