Fritzsch sends his warm regards and hopes to join Thorvaldsen in Rome soon. Two of Fritzsch’s flo...
Mathias Henrichsen sends his regards and reports on friends in Copenhagen. He hopes to become a t...
Antagelig efter 1797
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Margrethe Ackermann, Gotskalk Thorvaldsen
Gotskalk Thorvaldsen is grateful for his son’s last letter and happy that he has arrived safely a...
Peder Pavels, the chaplain of the Thetis, sends his greetings and reports what has happened on th...
Receipt for payment of rent for Thorvaldsen’s first studio in Rome in Vicolo Aliberti 1797-1799.
Fritzsch is happy that Thorvaldsen has arrived in Rome. He himself plans to leave soon on a grant...
Gotskalk Thorvaldsen advertises the sale of his son’s bust of A.P. Bernstorff, A856.
West is happy that Thorvaldsen has arrived safely in Rome. He relates news of family and friends ...
Thorvaldsen reports to the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts that he arrived in Rome on March 8, ...
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Zoëga sends Thorvaldsen a parcel with some of the clothes the sculptor left behind after his visi...
Karen Thorvaldsen misses her son greatly. She is unhappy with her life and her husband. He gives ...
Carl Ludwig Fernow
Thorvaldsen’s draft of his first report to Abildgaard on his activities in Rome. He has visited t...
Certificate from the Swedish ambassador to the Papal States vouching for Thorvaldsen as a friend ...
Thorvaldsen reports to the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts that he has studied Rome and its sur...
Eulogy for the Swiss sculptor Johann Jakob Schmid.
Antagelig senest januar 1798
Accounts or lists, possibly regarding Agrippa, cf. A759, and other works by Thorvaldsen.
A greeting in Thorvaldsen’s album.
Reverenda Camera Apostolica Dazio d'Introduzione
Swedish passport, issued to Thorvaldsen by the Swedish ambassador to the Papal States. The passpo...
Gotskalk Thorvaldsen is happy to have received news from his son. He advises him to send a work o...
Due to language difficulties, Bassi’s letter has been delayed. He asks Thorvaldsen to press one R...
Johan David Åkerblad
Johan David Åkerblad
Åkerblad’s list of artists in Rome 1798-99.
Thorvaldsen informs the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts that he has sent two samples of his wor...
Thorvaldsen’s temporary residence permit, issued by the Roman republic.
Thorvaldsen’s residence permit, issued by the Roman republic.
Thorvaldsen reports to the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts that he is still in Rome, and that h...
Antagelig senest 6.2.1799 - efter 1801
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The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts informs Thorvaldsen of a one-year prolongation of his trave...
Draft letter from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts informing Thorvaldsen of a one-year prolo...
Carlo Maria Sommaini
Sommaini requests Thorvaldsen to contact Rocheggiani immediately to cancel the drawings ordered b...
Wilhelm von Uhden
Anna Maria Uhden
Wilhelm von Uhden declares that his divorce from Anna Maria Uhden is entirely due to irreconcilab...
Thanking his son for his letter, Thorvaldsen’s father writes about the hard winter, his work, and...
Both Thorvaldsen’s semi-annual report to the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and the works he w...
Thorvaldsen thanks Abildgaard for his support. He tells him that many of the Roman art collection...
Abildgaard reports that the works Thorvaldsen sent to Copenhagen have arrived safely. He complime...
Cornelius Høyer, København Kunstakademiet
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts has evaluated Thorvaldsen’s Bacchus and Ariadne, A1, and is...
Antagelig efter 1800
Muligvis omkring 1800
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A writing sample.
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Thorvaldsen’s signature and monogram.
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Antagelig omkring 1800
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Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
Muligvis før 1800?
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Antagelig efter 1810