Peter Nicolai Arbo

Mann 1831 - 1892  (61 år)


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  • Navn Peter Nicolai Arbo 
    Født 18 Jun 1831  Gulskogen gård Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet 
    Kjønn Mann 
    Død 14 Okt 1892 
    Person ID I72918  My Family Genealogy
    Sist endret 16 Sep 2012 

    Far Christian Fredrik Arbo,   f. Ca 1791, Strømsø, Buskerud, Norge Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet,   d. Ca 1868  (Alder ~ 77 år) 
    Mor Marie Christiane Collett Rosen,   f. 30 Apr 1796, Ebeltoft Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet,   d. 17 Apr 1886  (Alder 89 år) 
    Gift Ca 1828 
    Famile ID F23361  Gruppeskjema  |  Familiediagram

    Sist endret 22 Jan 2020 
    Famile ID F33193  Gruppeskjema  |  Familiediagram

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  • Notater 
    • {geni:occupation} Historiemaler

      {geni:about_me} Peter Nicolai Arbo grew up at Gulskogen Manor in Gulskogen, a borough in Drammen. He was the son of headmaster Christian Fredrik Arbo and his wife Marie Christiane von Rosen. His brother Carl Oscar Eugen Arbo was a military medical doctor and a pioneer in Norwegian anthropologic studies.[1]

      Arbo started his art education with a year at Helsted's Drawing School in Copenhagen 1851-1852. After this, he studied at the art academy in Düsseldorf. From 1853 to 1855 he studied under of Karl Ferdinand Sohn, professor of The Düsseldorf School of Art, and from 1857-1858 under J. E. Hünthen who was a battle and animal painter. At Düsseldorf he was for some time a private student of the history painter C. Mengelberg. He had contact with Adolph Tidemand and became a good friend of Hans Gude both of whom were professors at the art academy in Düsseldorf.

      In 1861 Arbo returned to Norway and the following year he went on a study trip together with Gude and Frederik Collett. In 1863 he painted the first version of Horse flock on the high mountains, a motif he later on took up again several times. The version from 1889 is at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design (Norwegian: Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design) in Oslo and is considered one of the most important of his works.