Guldalderdøtre : frøkenerne Eckersbergs kamp for overlevelse /

Painter and professor at the Academy of Arts, C. W. Eckersberg dies during the cholera epidemic and leaves his five unmarried daughters fend for themselves to escape the rural poverty in 19th-century Copenhagen.

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Author / Creator:Hansen, Liss, author.
Edition:1. udgave.
Imprint:København : Skriveforlaget 2016.
Description:389 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm.
Language:Danish
Subject:Eckersberg, C. W. -- (Christoffer Wilhelm), -- 1783-1853 -- Family.
Eckersberg family.
Eckersberg, C. W. -- (Christoffer Wilhelm), -- 1783-1853.
Daughters -- Denmark -- Copenhagen -- 19th century -- Biography.
Women -- Denmark -- Copenhagen -- 19th century -- Biography.
Women -- Denmark -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
Women -- Denmark -- Economic conditions -- 19th century.
Art -- Denmark -- Marketing -- 19th century.
Art -- Marketing.
Daughters.
Families.
Women.
Women -- Economic conditions.
Women -- Social conditions.
Denmark.
Denmark -- Copenhagen.
Biography.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11326548
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ISBN:9788793525023
8793525028
Summary:Painter and professor at the Academy of Arts, C. W. Eckersberg dies during the cholera epidemic and leaves his five unmarried daughters fend for themselves to escape the rural poverty in 19th-century Copenhagen.

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