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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF SKAGENSMUSEUM
61.7% of skagensmuseum's followers are female and 38.3% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.60%. The average number of likes per post is 474 and the average number of comments is 5.
Skagensmuseum loves posting about Art, Painting, Visualizations.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR SKAGENSMUSEUM
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF SKAGENSMUSEUM
- Art & Design 85.47 %
- Travel & Tourism 65.31 %
- Photography 60.37 %
- Beauty & Fashion 56.90 %
- Entertainment 54.75 %
- Home & Garden 50.49 %
- Technology & Science 47.60 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 42.02 %
- Sports 39.22 %
- Luxury Goods 38.47 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 36.89 %
In the Skifer Wing we are preparing the exhibition Our Works which you can look forward to! #voresværker
Autumn. The beautiful colours fascinated Edvard Westman who in 1888 painted “Autumn in Skagen Plantation”. The colours have slowly started to take over the landscape these days. Edvard Westman: "Autumn in Skagen Plantation". (1888). Cropped. Oil on canvas #voresværker #skagensmuseum
Anna was used to travel a lot. Her journeys included trips to Vienna, The Netherlands, Belgium, Paris, and London. Now Anna leaves for new adventures. She travels to Copenhagen, Lillehammer, and Föhr, because just as much as we love Anna, so does the world. Read this lovely essay (in French but perhaps Google Translate can be of use) that introduces Anna Ancher to the French people: https://legrandcontinent.eu/fr/2020/09/27/anna-ancher-la-lumiere-ou-la-vie/ Anna Ancher: “Sunset over the heath”. (N.d.). Cropped. Oil on wood #voresværker #skagensmuseum #annaancher
Psst! Tomorrow it is your last chance to see the praised Anna Ancher exhibition. Hurry up before Anna leaves. Skagens Museum is open 10-17. Anna Ancher: “Evening sun in the artist’s studio at Markvej”. (Ca. 1913). Cropped. Oil on canvas #skagensmuseum #annaancher
Knitting in beautiful colours. The perfect autumn activity. Inspired by Anna Ancher’s fine art, Ditte Larsen has developed elegant patterns with Isager yarn. Buy them here: https://skagenskunstmuseer.dk/produkt-kategori/strikkekit/ #annaancher #skagensmuseum
“Her paintings drew me in because in these I find the same atmosphere, peace and harmony that you experience while knitting.” says Ditte Larsen who has developed yarn patterns inspired by Anna Ancher’s paintings. Read more here (blog is in Danish): https://skagenskunstmuseer.dk/blog/2020/10/13/det-er-farverne-der-faar-hende-til-at-gribe-pindene/ #annaancher #skagensmuseum #anchershus
It is almost last chance to visit the Anna Ancher exhibition. More than 80,000 visited it this summer. The exhibition architect Stine Friese explains how to set the scene for the painter of the colour and the light (the blog is in Danish): https://skagenskunstmuseer.dk/blog/2020/10/11/anna-ancher-i-farverige-rammer/ #skagensmuseum #annaancher
In a letter for the friend and the painter Viggo Johansen Anna Ancher explains how her daughter Helga suggested that she should paint this picture of her posing as a decent little girl. Anna Ancher herself writes that “it is only the colour with which I had intentions”. And the colour is also the central of the painting. The petroleum colour of the wall constitues half of the painting while the red duvet shines, and the white linen and the nightgown play in blue, green, and rose reflections. Anna Ancher paints white as the impressionists in Paris with several other colours than white, and she lets the complementary colours – the red duvet and the shadings of the green wall – meet. However, at the same time the earth colours are present: the greyblue wall and the rust and orchre furniture. Anna Ancher: “Evening prayers”. (1888). Cropped. Oil on canvas #skagensmuseum #voresværker
Hip hip hooray! Happy birthday to Holger Drachmann. And congratulations to this year’s winner of Drachmann-legatet: poet Morten Søndergaard! #skagensmuseum #drachmann
Anna and Michael Ancher got married in Skagen in 1880 and the anchor-shaped broche was presumably a wedding present from Michael to Anna. The shape of the broche is a reference to the pair’s family name. Anna often wore the broche in a necklace and it can be seen in several portraits and photographs of her. In April 2017, the broche was found, and last year the necklace finally appeared in one of the drawers in Anchers Hus while cataloguing the Ancher family’s private art collection and personal belongings. Michael Ancher: “The Christmas pixie sits for the artist”. (1888). Cropped. Oil on canvas #skagensmuseum #annaancher
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