Portraits in Denmark

In Denmark it seemed as if there were more portraits than in other places. I’m not sure if that’s true but here are a few I noticed in particular.

Family portraits on the wall in an old house on Funen. Family portraits on the wall at Rubenlund in DenmarkMural of a face on a house in Aalborg.Mural of a face on a house in Aalborg, DenmarkA pencil sketch left on a desk in a forgotten room.A sketched portrait of my dad's cousin at Rubenlund in DenmarkA projected face alone in a room at ARoS Modern Art Gallery in Aarhus. A projected face alone in a room at ARoS Modern Art Gallery in Aarhus, DenmarkA marble bust at Thorvaldsen Museum in Copenhagen. A marble bust at Thorvaldsen Museum in Copenhagen, DenmarkIn the Silkeborg Museum Café, a plaster casting of a bust of the famous Roman Marcus Aurelius.In the Silkeborg Museum Café, a plaster casting of a bust of the famous Roman Marcus AureliusSisyphus, a huge rolling stone sculpture that is periodically hauled up the hill at the Silkeborg Sculpture Garden in Denmark. Sisyphus, a huge rolling stone sculpture that is periodically hauled up the hill at the Silkeborg Sculpture Garden in DenmarkSomeone was having a bit too much fun with this portrait poster in Aarhus.Someone having a bit too much fun with this portrait poster in AarhusMore of Ryan Photography’s Photo Challenge: Portrait.

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