Georg Zoëga, Maria Zoëga
Maria and Georg Zoëga are given permission to eat meat during Lent.
Carl Ludwig Fernow
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Fernow mentions the Danes he has met in Rome. Thorvaldsen has not yet arrived.
Thorvaldsen’s diary from his sojourn in Malta, Palermo and Naples.
Zoëga sends Thorvaldsen a parcel with some of the clothes the sculptor left behind after his visi...
Eulogy for the Swiss sculptor Johann Jakob Schmid.
Due to language difficulties, Bassi’s letter has been delayed. He asks Thorvaldsen to press one R...
Wilhelm von Uhden
Anna Maria Uhden
Wilhelm von Uhden declares that his divorce from Anna Maria Uhden is entirely due to irreconcilab...
Abildgaard reports that the works Thorvaldsen sent to Copenhagen have arrived safely. He complime...
Johann Daniel Lawaetz
Lawaetz reports that he has transferred 100 rix-dollars from Nicolai Abildgaard / the Royal Danis...
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...
Georg Zoëga attests to the authorities that Bertel Thorvaldsen is a Danish sculptor, supported by...
Johan Jacob Ekman
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...
Anckarsvärd thanks Thorvaldsen for their friendship in Rome and asks him to arrange the transport...
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...
Abildgaard informs Thorvaldsen that the last instalment of his travelling grant has been sent to ...
Ulrich has received Thorvaldsen’s letter about two crates sent from Rome via Georg Zoëga. The cra...
Ulrich reports that the four crates Thorvaldsen has sent to Leghorn have been taken aboard Captai...
Stanley is delighted that Thomas Hope’s commission for Jason with the golden fleece, A52, has pro...
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Stanley has received incorrect treatment by his Italian doctor, but his new German doctor is bett...
Stanley apologizes for not having come to Rome yet but promises that he arrive in January. He was...
Stanley is recovering from his illness and has visited Schubart, who has informed him of the deat...
Schubart tries to persuade Crown Prince Frederik (6.) to commission works from Thorvaldsen for th...
Stanley is sad that Thorvaldsen has left Naples. He hopes to recover completely from his illness ...
Hansen is going to commission works for Christiansborg from Thorvaldsen, but as the rebuilding of...
Schubart asks Thorvaldsen to let him know when he is coming to Montenero, where he can stay and w...
Primo august 1804
Thorvaldsen thanks Hansen for his invitation to contribute to the decoration of Christiansborg. H...
Lund thanks Thorvaldsen for his letter and looks forward to their reunion in Rome. He informs Tho...
Scheel tells Zoëga to give his regards to Thorvaldsen and ask him not to delay the bust Scheel ha...
Schubart wants to know if Thorvaldsen will accept the commission of Baptismal Font, cf. A555,1. B...
The Academy of Fine Arts announces that Thorvaldsen has been appointed professor of sculpture.
Stanley Senior writes that Thorvaldsen has been appointed professor at the Academy of Fine Arts i...
Medio august 1805
Rantzau tells Thorvaldsen that he has sent a bill of exchange for 300 piastres to Rome through Zo...
Stanley teases Thorvaldsen because he has not heard from him for a long time, but suddenly a lett...
Stanley has received a letter from the mayor of Copenhagen concerning Gotskalk Thorvaldsen’...
Schubart hopes that Thorvaldsen has arrived safely in Rome. He mentions the mortally ill Caspar B...
Schubart apologizes for not having written for a long time. Stanley is welcome to send him his le...
Schubart writes that he has forwarded Stanley’s letter to the Academy of Fine Arts in Copen...
C.F. Høyer has just arrived in Rome. He reports to Nicolai Abildgaard that Thorvaldsen has invite...
Høyer reports on his activities in Rome. He is happy to stay with Thorvaldsen.
Nicolaus Jac. Stuhr
Stuhr has arrived at Leghorn and informed Herman Schubart that his busts of A.P. Bernstorff, A207...
Schubart tells Abildgaard about C.F.F. Stanley’s death. He encloses Henrik Vilhelm Lundbye&...
Schubart confers with Zoëga on smuggling a collection of antique coins from Rome to Leghorn on be...
Ulrich sends a bill for the remainder of the cost of the transport of crates from Leghorn to Cope...
Thorvaldsen apologizes for not having been in contact with regard to the commission for a monumen...
Schubart summarizes to Thorvaldsen their mutual financial status and tells him to inform him if h...
Schubart is pleased that Thorvaldsen has received commissions from Denmark. He is going to ask Ch...
Brøndsted has met August Wilhelm Schlegel, who has stated that Thorvaldsen is one of the best con...
On behalf of Marcus Gerhard Rosencrone, Engelstoft asks Thorvaldsen to execute a portrait bust in...
Accademia Italiana, Johann Paul Schulthesius
Thorvaldsen is nominated honorary member of the Accademia Italiana. He is asked to forward his bi...
Adam Gottlob Detlef Moltke
A.G.D. Moltke transfers 200 piastres for his bust, cf. A212, regretting the delay. He would like ...
Zoëga writes that Thorvaldsen has returned to Rome and is very depressed about the bombardment of...
Carl Anton Graff
Greetings and reports from mainly the Danish-German art society in Rome.
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Brøndsted invites Thorvaldsen to come and hear news from Greece.
Brøndsted forwards a letter and encloses a bill for some letters which he has sent on Thorvaldsen...
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Antonio Capri, Pietro Tomati
Receipt for the remaining rent of the recently deceased Georg Zoëga, paid by Thorvaldsen.
Giuseppe Antonio Guattàni
West contacts Thorvaldsen in Rome. He complains of loneliness and lack of knowledge about the cit...
Scheel has heard that Thorvaldsen has not yet begun work on the bust he has commissioned. For thi...
Keller recommends his wife’s brother, the engraver Filippo Tosetti, to Thorvaldsen with ref...
Caroline von Humboldt
Humboldt recommends the Prince of Anhalt-Pleß. She misses Rome. She writes about the development ...
Friedrich Gottlieb Welcker
Brøndsted has been on a short trip to Leghorn to get some money. He has visited Montenero and ask...
Friedrich Karl Ludwig Sickler
Brøndsted advises Thorvaldsen to return to Denmark, at least for a year. He encloses letters for ...
Charles Robert Cockerell
A dedication to Thorvaldsen on an etching.
Charles François Mazois
Brøndsted wonders why he has had no answer to the commission for a monument transmitted in his la...
Georgina M. Waddington
Waddington informs Thorvaldsen that her daughter is to marry Christian Karl Josias von Bunsen, wh...
Wilhelm von Humboldt
Humboldt calls Thorvaldsen’s restoration of the Aeginetes a “wonder”. On the other ha...
Dodwell recommends the English sculptor John Gibson to Thorvaldsen. Gibson is to study in Rome fo...
A prospectus in which Kruse invites his fellow countrymen to contribute to the acquisition of Tho...
August Wilhelm Kephalides
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Kruse encloses the prospectus in which the Danish population is invited to contribute to the acqu...
A prospectus in German in which Kruse invites his Danish-German fellow countrymen in Schleswig, H...