Thorvaldsen applies for a grant from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
Karen Thorvaldsen misses her son greatly. She is unhappy with her life and her husband. He gives ...
Thorvaldsen’s draft of his first report to Abildgaard on his activities in Rome. He has visited t...
Thorvaldsen reports to the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts that he has studied Rome and its sur...
Antagelig senest januar 1798
Accounts or lists, possibly regarding Agrippa, cf. A759, and other works by Thorvaldsen.
Thorvaldsen informs the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts that he has sent two samples of his wor...
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...
Thorvaldsen is delighted that the work he has sent to the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts has w...
Thorvaldsen has received Abildgaard’s latest letter and thanks him for everything he does to prom...
Thorvaldsen’s parents are delighted with the latest letter from their son, especially because a f...
Abildgaard relates that some people in Copenhagen have accused Thorvaldsen of being lazy in Rome,...
Thorvaldsen reports that the transportation of two crates with artworks bound for the Royal Danis...
Scheel thanks Thorvaldsen for having accepted his assignment. He further specifies his order for ...
Abildgaard informs Thorvaldsen that the last instalment of his travelling grant has been sent to ...
Ulrich has received Thorvaldsen’s letters, but his two crates have not yet arrived at Leghorn. Ul...
Primo februar 1802
Johan Hartvig Ernst von Berger
Thorvaldsen is happy that Captain Berger has accepted to ship the four crates containing artworks...
Thorvaldsen reports that Captain Berger has agreed to ship five crates with artworks, books etc. ...
Antagelig april 1802
Thorvaldsen complains that he has not received any letter for a long time.
Thorvaldsen asks Berger to remove the marble bust of Edmund Bourke, A900, from one of the crates ...
The commentary for this letter is not available at the moment.
Stanley informs Thorvaldsen about his illness. He has to visit the spas on the island of Ischia. ...
Stanley has received incorrect treatment by his Italian doctor, but his new German doctor is bett...
Abildgaard is happy about Thorvaldsen’s success in Rome. He has received the busts Thorvaldsen se...
Thorvaldsen apologizes for his long silence due to an illness which has left him incapable of wor...
Second draft of a letter: Thorvaldsen apologizes for his long silence due to an illness which has...
Third draft of a letter: Thorvaldsen apologizes for his long silence due to an illness which has ...
First draft of a letter: Thorvaldsen apologizes for his long silence due to an illness which has ...
Stanley is recovering from his illness and has visited Schubart, who has informed him of the deat...
Stanley has been well and ill by turns all winter. He will not be able to come to Rome until he h...
Stanley is not sure if Thorvaldsen received his last letter and writes more or less the same thin...
Medio april 1804
Fonden ad usus publicos
Thorvaldsen is grateful for the grant which has encouraged him while he was suffering from low sp...
Second draft of a letter: Thorvaldsen informs Abildgaard that he has been seriously ill. He asks ...
First draft of a letter: Thorvaldsen tells Abildgaard how devastated he was when he received the ...
Thorvaldsen thanks Lund for having assisted him in a financial matter but asks him not to give an...
Thorvaldsen informs Abildgaard that he has been seriously ill. He asks Abildgaard’s permission to...
Second draft of a letter: Thorvaldsen tells Abildgaard that he is going to Carrara with Herman Sc...
Schubart and his wife have moved from Montenero to Pisa, where they have to spend the winter beca...
Abildgaard recommends the bearer of the letter, Carl Christian Seydewitz, to Thorvaldsen. He comm...
Abildgaard discusses the payment for the transportation of the crates Thorvaldsen has sent to Cop...
Stanley suggests having Gotskalk Thorvaldsen admitted to Vartov, an institution for the poor. Sta...
Stanley Senior writes that Thorvaldsen has been appointed professor at the Academy of Fine Arts i...
Schubart has read in a newspaper that Thorvaldsen has been appointed professor at the Academy of ...
Schubart thanks Stanley for his letter and asks him to tell Thorvaldsen that he will soon receive...
Draft: Thorvaldsen informs Abildgaard that the block of marble he has ordered will be sent in the...
Thorvaldsen informs Abildgaard that the block of marble he has ordered will be sent in the autumn...
Schubart apologizes for not having written for a long time. Stanley is welcome to send him his le...
Abildgaard is sympathetic to the idea that Thorvaldsen should remain in Rome for the time being b...
Schubart writes that he has forwarded Stanley’s letter to the Academy of Fine Arts in Copen...
Ultimo maj eller primo juni 1806
Johan Christian Meldal
Thorvaldsen thanks Abildgaard for helping Gotskalk Thorvaldsen. The war has given Thorvaldsen fin...
Sentences and fragments of a letter, see the general comment.
Draft letter dated 18.6.1806.
Thorvaldsen apologizes for not having been in contact with regard to the commission for a monumen...
Abildgaard informs Thorvaldsen that he will receive his salary as a professor of the Royal Academ...
Thorvaldsen has received payment for the three catalogue volumes of the Museo Pio Clementino. He ...
Second draft of a letter: Thorvaldsen has received payment for the three catalogue volumes of the...
First draft of a letter: Thorvaldsen has received payment for the three catalogue volumes of the ...
Draft: Thorvaldsen refuses to execute the statues of Solon and Lycurgus for the town hall and cou...
The commentary for this document is not available at the moment.
Thorvaldsen responds to Poul Scheel’s cancellation of the commission for the bust of the Doctor S...
Lund’s travel experiences on his return to Denmark after eight years in Rome. He asks Thorv...
Juliane Marie Abildgaard
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Redaktørerne ved Nyeste Skilderie af Kjøbenhavn
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Hermann Ernst Freund
Redaktørerne ved Dansk Litteratur-Tidende
Redaktørerne ved Dagen, Peder Malling
Redaktørerne ved Danmarks Hæder i Fortid og Nutid
Redaktørerne ved Kjøbenhavnsposten
31.3.1844 & 4.4.1844
Redaktørerne ved Dansk Ugeskrift, N.L. Høyen
Just Mathias Thiele
Redaktørerne ved Fædrelandet
Redaktørerne ved Nordisk universitets-tidsskrift
Redaktørerne ved For tre Skilling