Alfred P. Hartmann was born in Belgium 1928, and died in 1989 in Denmark.
He was the nephew of the master painter Oluf Hartmann. Alfred was first a pupil of Robert Freyz and Viggo Brandt from 1948-1949 and was later educated at the Royal Art Academy in 1950 where he was a pupil of Kresten Iversen and Holger J. Jensen. Alfred is known for his large powerful modernistic landscapes where he often used bright and golden colors to make them more impressive. Alfred was born to Danish parents in Belgium so many of his cityscapes was from there. Later Alfred traveled to Paris and Germany to paint and returned to Denmark where he died in 1989. Like his uncle, the master painter Oluf Hartmann then Alfred had a very short artist carrier. Alfred has to retire very early from painting due to heavy sickness.
The artists fall exhibition: 1960-1962.
Hammers Gaard: 1986.