Saturday, March 12, 2011

Artist Spotlight - Anders Moseholm

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When I first saw Anders Moseholm's paintings while traveling in Denmark, I literally stopped in my tracks. I was mesmerized by his interpretation of interior spaces. Beautiful, stunning interiors of old buildings and libraries, none are specific rooms of course, just bits and pieces of striking architecture redefined.


Anders does not sign his work on the front of the canvas. He prefers you, alone, to enter the painting and be the viewer. In the case of the painting above, he wants you experience the quietness and beauty of the room without being distracted by his signature.

My favorites of course are his interiors. This large, blue painting above will hang in my beach house . It is striking against the all white walls. I love how his work has a wonderful blurriness that makes it seem ethereal.


I also just purchased this small painting titled "Five Red Pillows" It is a one of his more rare smaller oils. I adore it!

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Dave and I had the great pleasure to meet Anders in his studio during our last visit to Denmark. As you can see Anders' work is striking and often larger in scale.

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A gorgeous cityscape my brother in law, Jurgen admired.

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A rare room of people - lovely.

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He is currently showing his work in NYC at Lost City Arts. To learn more about Anders Moseholm and visit his website click HERE. And do tell him Gina said "Hello"! I know you will enjoy his work as much as I do!


  1. Anders work is amazing so hauntingly beautiful. Thank you for introducing us to such a gifted artist.

  2. Really enjoyed these enchanting works of art. Put me in mind of suspense novels and eerie, grand haunted mansions.

  3. What a great post! It must be serendipity because I had seen several of these images on google photos the day before I read your post. Now thanks to you I know all about the artist! Thank you for showing us your beautiful new piece.


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