Mormon Art and Artists, C. C. A. Christensen, Danquart Anthon Weggeland, Scandinavian Immigrants, Religious Art and Artists, Storytelling
Missionary work in Scandinavia began 150 years ago with the arrival of the first LDS missionaries in Denmark on June 14, 1850. In keeping with the observance of the sesquicentennial of the Scandinavian Mission, the Church News presents this article by J. Michael Hunter about two prominent Latter-day Saint artists from earlier days in that part of the world. The art and work of Carl Christian Anton Christensen (1831-1921) from Denmark and Danquart Anton Weggeland (1827-1918) from Norway are discussed, focusing on their use of art to tell stories. Images of their art accompany the article.
Original Publication Citation
"Storytellers: Scandinavian's Art Told of Restoration." Church News, 22 January 2000, 8-9, 10.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Hunter, J. Michael, "Storytellers: Scandinavian's Art Told of Restoration" (2000). All Faculty Publications. 1415.
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J. Michael Hunter, "Storytellers: Scandinavian's Art Told of Restoration." Church News, 22 January 2000, 8-9, 10. Copyright © 2000 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduced with permission of Intellectual Reserve, Inc.
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