Today I want to take you back in time.
It is a very special day here in Denmark. 70 years ago today Hitler’s German troops invaded our country and started a 5 years long occupation. I am happy to say that we regained our freedom, but such a day makes you think… I therefore want to take you back to a time long before World War II, a time where artists were ARTISTS and painted the world around them as beautiful. I am talking about the 1800’s, the Golden Age in Danish art.
I have taken 14 paintings by Danish artists and made them into papers for you, hoping they can spread some beauty in your scrapping-world.
A funny little detail: One of the paintings I’ve used, “Oesterbro by Christen Koepke”, was painted in 1836 and is actually showing the exact spot where I live today… It does, however, look a lot different.
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I’m taking the weekend off but will be back on Monday. Have a very nice weekend everyone.
By the way – if you are German, I just want to let you know that 70 years is a long time and there are no hard feelings…