Artist: Robert Capa
Print: Offset lithography
Dimensions: 24.4 x 33.5 in (62 x 85 cm)
Condition: Very good condition - a bit of transparent adhesive tape in the corners (imperfections can might be covered in a frame) - please see pictures
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A very nice war photo from WWII captured just in the right second by Robert Capa.
Robert Capa (1913-1954) was a Hungarian war photographer and photojournalist. Capa is widely considered to be the greatest combat and adventure photographer in history. He use to say: "If a photo is not good its because you did not went close enough". Eventually his was killed by landmine during The First Indochina War.
This photography display a local man serving alcohol for victorious soldiers on their tank in France 1944.
Capa's photos was on display on Louisiana Museum in 1988.
Louisiana (Danish Museum of Modern Art) is located in Humlebæk north of Copenhagen, Denmark. The museum was opened its doors in 1958 and with its approximately 600,000 annual visitors, is one of Denmark's most visited museums and among the ten most visited tourist attractions. Louisiana is a collection of contemporary art, but also an interaction between art, architecture and landscape.
Louisiana got his name from court master Alexander Brun, who built a villa on the site in 1855. The villa's name is probably inspired by the three women he married - all three were named Louise. The founder of Louisiana chose to keep the name from the country house he subsequently transformed into a museum. The villa is now a part of the museum.
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