A new fantastic addition to our collection is this equestrian made by Johannes C. Bjerg
Johannes C. Bjerg received his training in 1907 as woodcarver but was
soon diverting his energies to modelling and carving in stone. He debuted
in 1909 with a portrait-bust of his father at The Royal Danish Academy
of Fine Arts, Charlottenborg in Copenhagen.
Sculpture, “Sejrherren”(The Conqueror)
Sign. Johannes C. Bjerg 1917 (1886-1955)
First copy, gilded bronze
H: 38 cm, L: 40 cm, D: 14 cm
Plinth: 28 cm
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You will find AG Antik located in the middle of Copenhagen’s picturesque and historic old Nyhavn harbour district.
The store’s inventory reflects Nyhavn’s many centuries as one of the Nordic centers of arts and crafts, commerce, and overseas shipping.
We specialize in 1600 and 1700 Century antiques, curiosities, and collector’s pieces.
CINOA (Confédération Internationale des Négociants en Oeuvres d’Art, or International Confederation of Art and Antique Dealers’ Associations) is a Brussels-based international federation, founded in 1935, of antique and art dealers in twenty-two countries.
Membership is limited to associations which require their members to adhere to extremely strict quality and expertise standards. Dealers who are affiliated with CINOA through their art and antique trade associations often display the CINOA logo as support of the CINOA charter and guidelines.
The stated goals of CINOA are to:
- Encourage high ethical standards within the trade
- Disseminate practical information on the art market
- Facilitate legitimate circulation of artworks throughout the world
Since 1976, CINOA has been awarding a yearly CINOA Prize to art historians or major art market players “in recognition of an academic publication or a remarkable contribution to furthering the cultural preservation through art works in a CINOA member country”.