A greeting in Thorvaldsen’s album.
Hans Guldberg Sveistrup
Niels Christian Bang Steffens
Thorvaldsen’s signature (fragment of a letter).
Not earlier than 1797
The commentary for this letter is not available at the moment.
Antagelig efter 1797
Antagelig marts 1797
Short message from Peter Kauffmann to Thorvaldsen.
Fritzsch sends his warm regards and hopes to join Thorvaldsen in Rome soon. Two of Fritzsch’s flo...
Fritzsch is happy that Thorvaldsen has arrived in Rome. He himself plans to leave soon on a grant...
Eulogy for the Swiss sculptor Johann Jakob Schmid.
Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
Antagelig efter 1800
Formentlig efter 1803.
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Scheel sends greetings to his friends in Rome. He recommends the island of Menorca, which is said...
Scheel has been allowed to enclose a letter to Zoëga in a letter from Friedrich Münter. After hav...
Antagelig primo 1801
Johan Jacob Ekman
Ekman asks Thorvaldsen to come and visit him in order to help another artist improve his work.
Ekman apologizes for the letter being sent so late. He describes the tribulations of his nine-day...
Ekman has received the things he forgot in Rome and wonders why he hasn’t received any letter fro...
Ekman has returned to Venice from Padua and is soon to continue to Trieste. He has received most ...
After a difficult journey, Ekman has arrived in Vienna, where he has received a letter from Thorv...
Scheel thanks Thorvaldsen for having accepted his assignment. He further specifies his order for ...
Joh. Hein. Wulffen
Wulffen forwards a letter from Doctor Scheel to Thorvaldsen and explains that Scheel has told him...
Ekman is worried that he has not heard from Thorvaldsen and fears that his bill of exchange and l...
Wulffen informs Thorvaldsen that he can draw 100 scudi on the banker Torlonia.
Maj - november 1802
Konrad Heinrich Schweickle
Schweickle has considered Wilhelm von Uhden’s offer to Anna Maria Uhden to come with him to Berli...
The commentary to this document is not available at the moment.
Tidligst 1803, senest 1809
Kohlrausch returns some books which he has borrowed from Thorvaldsen and lists the remaining loans.
Antagelig efter 1803 og før 1806
The commentary for this poem is not available at the moment.
Tidligst efteråret 1803
Wilhelm von Humboldt
Humboldt writes that Schubart and Moltke are coming to tea that evening and invites Thorvaldsen t...
Carl Ludwig Fernow
The commentary for this document is not available at the moment.
Schlegel urges Caspers to return his Poetische Taschenbuch. He is going to call on the princess a...
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Friederike og Ida Brun møder Thorvalds...
Sophie von Pobeheim
Efter foråret 1804
Ultimo april 1804
Adam Gottlob Detlef Moltke
Moltke asks Thorvaldsen for the address of the German architects Gottlieb Steinmeyer and Karl Fri...
On behalf of Johan Bülow, Clemens inquires about Thorvaldsen’s price of a marble copy of an...
Ode to Thorvaldsen’s vitality and creativity. Thorvaldsen is described as one who receives the ne...
Scheel tells Zoëga to give his regards to Thorvaldsen and ask him not to delay the bust Scheel ha...
Theodor von der Ropp
Ropp repeats in writing his commission for 10 marble busts after antique models and the restorati...
Efter 7.11.1804-før 12.6.1806
Johann Christian Reinhart
Reinhart invites Thorvaldsen to dinner at Elisa von der Recke’s house.
Several messages concerning, among other things, Johan Bülow’s interset in a marble copy of...
August von Kotzebue
August Wilhelm Schlegel
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Omnes
Schlegel reports to Goethe on the art scene in Rome, summer 1805.The commentary to this document ...
Johan Christian August Bielke
Medio august 1805
Rantzau tells Thorvaldsen that he has sent a bill of exchange for 300 piastres to Rome through Zo...
The commentary for this text is not available at the moment.
The poem addresses a doubting “you” and suggests that “veiled, gentle Charis” breathes in Angelik...
Nicolaus Jac. Stuhr
Stuhr has arrived at Leghorn and informed Herman Schubart that his busts of A.P. Bernstorff, A207...
Johann Carl Rössler
Rössler writes from Pisa, where he has met Baron Schubart. He urges Thorvaldsen to leave Rome and...
Sulzer asks Thorvaldsen to help him buy some Havana cigars in Leghorn and sends greetings to his ...
Johann Heinrich Wulffen
Wulffen writes that it is impossible to get good cigars at the moment. However, he promises to ge...
Thorvaldsen tells Conrad Rantzau how work on his commissions is progressing. The portrait bust, c...
Letter confirming the delivery of books.
Bill enclosed in the letter of 10.3.1807 concerning the delivery of books.
A.G.D. Moltke transfers 200 piastres for his bust, cf. A212, regretting the delay. He would like ...
Carl Gotthard Grass
Grass describes his arrival at the town of Treia and his negative impression of the local inhabit...
Carl Grass has heard that Baron Schubart has brought him a small parcel with papers and asks Thor...
Wilhelm Friedrich Gmelin
Gmelin has asked the publisher Domenico Artaria to send three of his engravings after Lorrain to ...
Tidligst september 1807, senest august 1810
Thorvaldsen tells Conrad Rantzau that his bust, cf. A211, is ready to be shipped, and that the re...
Lund’s receipt for a loan of 50 scudi from Thorvaldsen
Greetings and reports from mainly the Danish-German art society in Rome.
Efter 1803, før 14.10.1808
Humboldt is not sure whether he has invited Thorvaldsen for the right day and specifies that he w...
Theodor von Hahn
Hahn sends Thorvaldsen a text.
The commentary to this letter is not available at the moment.
Christian Daniel Rauch
Presumably not earlier than the 1810s
Presumably after 1810
Antagelig efter 1810
A.G.? von Rottenhan
Not earlier than 1810
Antagelig tidligst 1810