Educated at the Royal Academy in 1928. A pupil of Carl Schwenn and Svend Lindstrom, Kragh is known for his very characteristic expressive works. The colours are powerful and they usually leave a strong impression with the observer. One is never in doubt whether it is an Ejnar Kragh work or not, since his strong expressive style is unique. Kragh was influenced by French modernism and worked in Paris from about 1925 until 1939. Later, he also traveled in Germany and Italy. Kragh is primarily known for his landscapes and harbour scenes and is known for his series of works from the Danish Island of Bornholm. In addition to working with paintings, Kragh also were a successful silversmith.
The Artists Fall Exhibition: 1931-1932.
The Collectors Art Exhibition: 1936-1937.
Winkel & Magnussen: 1950.