A leading Danish landscape painter, around 1902 Ring began to depict the Zealand village where he lived. This austere, almost monochromatic winter scene was completed in time to send to New York for an exhibition of contemporary Scandinavian art that began an influential American tour late in 1912.
1854 - 1933
Road in the Village of Baldersbrønde (Winter Day)
Medium and support
Oil on canvas
120 × 93 cm
Bought with the support of a generous legacy from Mr David Leslie Medd OBE and with the support of Mr and Mrs Charles Booth-Clibborn, Sir Michael and Lady Heller, Mr Daniel Katz and other donors, 2015
Location in Gallery