Helge Nielsen was educated at the Royal art academy in Copenhagen in 1920, and a pupil of Julius Paulsen. Nielsen was a naturalist and concentrated on working with scenes with people and children. His most famous paintings was from the Danish island Bornholm where he did a series of scenes of the gardens and houses located at the islands east coast. Besides painting Nielsen was member of the jury on the royal art academy. He also worked on improving the conditions of the artists of his time and co-founded the national art foundation in 1958.
Danish Paintings, Sculpture and Applied Art, Toronto:1929
Color Lithography, Cincinnati: 1952
Nord, Art museum, Göteborg, Sweden: 1943
Danish Art, Oslo, Norway: 1946
Nord, House of artists, Oslo, Norway: 1946
Charlottenborg, Denmark: 1922-1957
The National Art Museum, Copenhagen: 1941
The National Art Museum, Copenhagen (Art during World War II): 1995
Helge Nielsen is listed in artprice.com and his oils have been sold for $1,156.
(Bruun Rasmussen, Vejle, Denmark. 11-08-2000. Lot No:1503)