Educated at the royal academy of art in 1911, he was a pupil of Gustav Vermehren, Laurits Tuxen, Viggo Johansen, Julius Paulsen, P. Rostrup Boyesen and Joakim Skovgaard. Olund-Hansen began his carrier with portrait studies and interiors. His earlier works were known for their dark colors and shades. From 1920, Olund-Hansen lived on the island Bornholm during the summers. There he was inspired by the bright lights and colors of the Bornholm nature and from 1920 and onwards Olund-Hansens works were much brighter and sunlit. His series of landscapes from Bornholm received very high praise from the critics and it was especially his bright landscapes the public loved and requested. Olund-Hansen traveled around Scandinavia and stayed in Germany and France in 1926 and Italy from 1932-1937.
The artists fall exhibition: 1913.
Gallery Oscar Kiertzner: 1919.
Jugels exhibition hall: 1921.
Grenaa Art foundation: 1952.
Edvard Olund-Hansen is listed in artprice.com where he has been sold for $12,353. (Bruun Rasmussen, Copenhagen. 10-12-2003. Lot no: 1425)