Educated at N. Moe og C. Faber in Odense, Denmark. Harald Trolle went to Copenhagen in 1863 to focus on being a landscape painter. Trolle was highly inspired by other Danish painters like P.C.Skovgaard. Nature became his true passion and especially his forest scenes were popular. He became famous quite quickly and later his exhibitions became a permanent household attraction at “Charlottenborg”. Besides travelling around Denmark, Trolle also travelled and painted in Norway and Germany.
Charlottenborg: 1865-76 and 1978- 83.
Kunstforeningen : 1872
Town hall in Copenhagen: 1901
Trolle is listed in artprice and Weilbach, and has been sold at auctions for $700.