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Henning Damgaard-Sorensen was a well respected Danish abstract, mid century modern painter & sculptor. He debuted in 1950 at the Artists' exhibition and became a member of the artist group Grønningen in 1965, for which he has been chairman 1967-89. His work is particularly linked to architecture and to a lesser extent for the production of single paintings and sculptures. His works are combinations of painting, sculpture, relief and mosaic, but compositions are based on the use of the geometric-abstract imagery and the strong emphasis on the powerful and decorative. He was awarded the Eckersberg medal in 1979 and the New Carlsberg Foundation's major travel grant 1994.


"Untitled" (1984)

screenprint, ed. 79/175

56 x 76cm

signed & dated '83 lower right


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