Scheel sends greetings to his friends in Rome. He recommends the island of Menorca, which is said...
Abildgaard relates that some people in Copenhagen have accused Thorvaldsen of being lazy in Rome,...
Thorvaldsen regrets that his report to the Royal Academy has been delayed. He would have liked to...
Thorvaldsen reports that the transportation of two crates with artworks bound for the Royal Danis...
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.
Georg Zoëga attests to the authorities that Bertel Thorvaldsen is a Danish sculptor, supported by...
The commentary for this letter is not available at the moment.
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...
J.C. Ulrich reports that the two crates Thorvaldsen has inquired about are withheld in the bankru...
Ekman has returned to Venice from Padua and is soon to continue to Trieste. He has received most ...
Ulrich has negotiated with the shipping firm of Jaume & Schwarz regarding Thorvaldsen’s two c...
Thorvaldsen reports that the two crates with artworks bound for the Royal Danish Academy of Fine ...
In continuation of his earlier letters, Ulrich reports that he is not able to redeem Thorvaldsen’...
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...
Gotskalk Thorvaldsen is happy to have received a letter from Thorvaldsen as rumours in Copenhagen...
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...
Johan Hartvig Ernst von Berger
Berger reports that he is willing to transport Thorvaldsen’s four crates bound for Copenhagen / t...
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...
Ulrich reports that the four crates Thorvaldsen has sent to Leghorn have been taken aboard Captai...
Thorvaldsen reports that Captain Berger has agreed to ship five crates with artworks, books etc. ...
Thorvaldsen reports that he is still in Rome, but he plans to embark on his journey back to Denma...
Antagelig april 1802
Thorvaldsen complains that he has not received any letter for a long time.
Thorvaldsen begs his father to send him a letter as he is longing for news from Copenhagen. He ex...
Maj - november 1802
Konrad Heinrich Schweickle
Schweickle has considered Wilhelm von Uhden’s offer to Anna Maria Uhden to come with him to Berli...
Thorvaldsen asks Berger to remove the marble bust of Edmund Bourke, A900, from one of the crates ...
Receipt to C.F.F. Stanley for the payment of his voyage from Copenhagen to Messina.
Jørgen West asks what to do about the bust of Tyge Rothe, A225, which is in the care of Nicolai A...
Stanley informs his good friend of his arrival in Naples. He has contracted an illness which prev...
Rosenkilde recommends Arnold Wallick, who is studying to become a scene painter. He tells Thorval...
Tidligst 23.3., senest sommer 1803
Finelli & Keller
Thorvaldsen’s contract with the sculptors Pietro Finelli and Heinrich Keller concerning the deliv...
Tidligst 19. og senest 23.3.1803
Transcript of Thomas Hope’s copy of his contract with Thorvaldsen regarding Jason with the Golden...
Gotskalk Thorvaldsen reproaches his son strongly for not returning to Copenhagen.
Stanley informs Thorvaldsen about his illness. He has to visit the spas on the island of Ischia. ...
Knud Lyne Rahbek
The commentary for this document is not available at the moment.
Stanley’s illness forces him to visit the spas on the island of Ischia. He is frustrated that thi...
Fonden ad usus publicos, Ernst Schimmelmann
Application for financial support to C.F.F. Stanley.
Stanley is sorry that Thorvaldsen has been ill, but he is happy that the sculptor has found lodgi...
Stanley thanks Thorvaldsen for his letter. He very much wants to be in Rome, especially before t...
Stanley has received incorrect treatment by his Italian doctor, but his new German doctor is bett...
Petition from Thorvaldsen, drawn up in collaboration with Herman Schubart and addressed to Schuba...
Schubart has arrived in Naples and invites Thorvaldsen to visit him. He sends travelling expenses...
Stanley reports that Herman Schubart has arrived in Naples. Schubart has spoken highly of Thorval...
Redaktørerne ved Nyeste Skilderie af Kjøbenhavn
The commentary to this document is not available at the moment.
A fragment of a letter presumably from Jacqueline Schubart, suggesting support for Thorvaldsen. T...
Abildgaard is happy about Thorvaldsen’s success in Rome. He has received the busts Thorvaldsen se...
Schubart reports on his efforts to obtain commissions for Thorvaldsen from Denmark. Through her h...
A sheet with text fragments – possibly transscriptions – written by Thorvaldsen for his own purpo...
Schubart proposes that C.F. Hansen should commission works by Thorvaldsen for the rebuilding of C...
Thorvaldsen thanks Schubart and his sister Charlotte Schimmelmann for the efforts they are making...
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...
Countess Vorontsova asks Thorvaldsen to go to the banker Torlonia in order to draft a contract li...
Fonden ad usus publicos
The foundation ad usus publicos grants Thorvaldsen 300 Danish rix-dollars due to his progress in ...
Schubart tries to persuade Crown Prince Frederik (6.) to commission works from Thorvaldsen for th...
Stanley requests permission from the Royal Academy to remain in Naples until he has recovered fro...
Antagelig april-juni 1804
Arnold Wallick sends greetings to Thorvaldsen from Rome and asks him whether the bust of Mathias ...
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...
Andreas Christian Gierlew
Gierlew invites Thorvaldsen to join him on a visit to the Museo Pio-Clemente.
Medio april 1804
Fonden ad usus publicos
Thorvaldsen is grateful for the grant which has encouraged him while he was suffering from low sp...
Thorvaldsen writes that he has received a grant of 300 rix-dollars from the Danish King. He thank...
Thorvaldsen is very grateful for the grant and asks that his deepest gratitude may be conveyed to...
On behalf of Johan Bülow, Clemens inquires about Thorvaldsen’s price of a marble copy of an...
Stanley is sad that Thorvaldsen has left Naples. He hopes to recover completely from his illness ...
Receipt from Massimiliano Laboureur confirming payment for a block of marble.
Hansen is going to commission works for Christiansborg from Thorvaldsen, but as the rebuilding of...
Prime Minister Christian Ditlev Reventlow is considering having sculptures for the new Christians...
Schubart asks Thorvaldsen to let him know when he is coming to Montenero, where he can stay and w...
Efter 9. og før 16.7.1804
Thorvaldsen is happy that J.L. Lund has had his grant prolonged so that he can stay in Rome for a...
Primo august 1804
Thorvaldsen thanks Hansen for his invitation to contribute to the decoration of Christiansborg. H...
Anna Maria Uhden
Thorvaldsen apologizes for not having written before since he has been busy travelling. He has ar...
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 informs Abildgaard that he has been seriously ill. He asks Abildgaard’s permission to...
Thorvaldsen thanks Lund for having assisted him in a financial matter but asks him not to give an...
Thorvaldsen writes to Anna Maria Uhden. The letter has been damaged, but its content seems clear ...
Second draft of a letter: Thorvaldsen tells Abildgaard that he is going to Carrara with Herman Sc...
Anna Maria Uhden
Anna Maria Uhden has received Thorvaldsen’s letter from J.L. Lund. She is pleased to know that Th...
Scheel tells Zoëga to give his regards to Thorvaldsen and ask him not to delay the bust Scheel ha...
Jevdokija Ivanovna Golitsyna
Golitsyna explains that she has written to the banker Torlonia concerning the money she owes Thor...
Stanley is planning to remain near Naples until the middle of October and then go to Rome. He wri...