The Thorvaldsens Museum Archives

Correspondence between Bertel Thorvaldsen and Anna Maria Uhden

Presumably April 1802

Anna Maria Uhden

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Text fragments not meant for a letter or even a draft, but presumably to be regarded as an affect...

Antagelig medio juli 1804

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria Uhden

In a few Italian phrases Thorvaldsen tries to apologize for not having written to Anna Maria Uhd...

6.8.1804

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria Uhden

Thorvaldsen apologizes for not having written before since he has been busy travelling. He has ar...

6.8.1804

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria Uhden

Thorvaldsen writes to Anna Maria Uhden. The letter has been damaged, but its content seems clear ...

10.8.1804

Anna Maria Uhden

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria Uhden has received Thorvaldsen’s letter from J.L. Lund. She is pleased to know that Th...

17.8.1805

Anna Maria Uhden

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria Uhden reproaches Thorvaldsen for the insensitive way he left her in Rome. He should ha...

[26].8.1805

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria Uhden

Thorvaldsen complains about his strenuous journey but assures Anna Maria Uhden that he is fine no...

30.8.1805

Anna Maria Uhden

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria Uhden is grateful for the letter from Thorvaldsen. She has been very ill and jokingly ...

Antagelig 30.8.1810

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria Uhden

Thorvaldsen has arrived safely at Montenero, but the journey took a long time due to bad weather....

27.7.1813

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria Uhden

Thorvaldsen writes that he has arrived safely at Montenero. Since it is St. Anne’s Day, he though...

24.8.1813

Anna Maria Uhden

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria writes that she has not yet received news from him. She hopes that he will return to R...

23.9.1813

Bertel Thorvaldsen

Anna Maria Uhden

Thorvaldsen has received the two letters from Anna Maria Uhden. Because of Jacqueline Schubart’s ...

14.5.1833

Anna Maria Uhden

Bertel Thorvaldsen

The commentary for this letter is not available at the moment.