Fritz Thaulow

Le Havre – The Artists – Thaulow, Fritz

This page forms part of a series of pages dedicated to the many artists who painted in Le Havre. A full list of all the artists with a link to their works can be found at the bottom of this page.

Fritz Thaulow
Fritz Thaulow

Fritz Thaulow (1847 – 1906) was a Norwegian painter from the Impressionist movement. He came from a wealthy family and was able to go to art school at an early age. First in Denmark, then Germany.

He moved to France in 1892 where he stayed until his death. He spent time painting in Normandy where he became friends with Australian artist Charles Condor.

He lived in and worked in Dieppe for a while.

Click here to read Thaulow’s full bio on Wikipedia.

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Fritz Thaulow 1878 - High Tide, Le Havre
Fritz Thaulow 1878 – High Tide, Le Havre
Fritz Thaulow 1878 - Low Tide, Le Havre
Fritz Thaulow 1878 – Low Tide, Le Havre

Thaulow painted a lot in Dieppe and other places in France, which will all be featured eventually on this site. A link “” will appear below.

Here are the painters/artists who painted in Le Havre (a “*” indicates that the artist did not worked directly in Le Havre itself, instead worked closeby, a link “” to the artist’s works will appear below when published):

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