Larsen worked mostly in Copenhagen and did many popular decorative arts.
He achived great fame for his excellent work in Tivoli, where he created the world famous “peacock curtain” at the Chinese Theater in 1874. Larsen later moved to Vienna in 1875 and continued working with decors there until his death in 1910.
Self taught as a painter.
Educated at The school of Decorative Arts in Vienna 1875-79,
Pupil of F. Lauberger and L. Minnigerode.
Carl Larsen made very few oils in his lifetime. His paintings today are considered rare and very sought after.
Carl Larsen is listed in artprice.com and has been sold for $1,156.
(Sotheby’s, Zurich. 25-09-2000. Lot. No : 74)