Johann Berthelsen  (American, 1883-1972) 

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Johann Berthelsen, Fifth Avenue Looking North from Madison Square Park

 

Johann Berthelsen
Fifth Avenue Looking North from Madison Square Park
Pocock Fine Art & Antiques
Johann Berthelsen, The Little Church Around the Corner, New York in Winter

 

Johann Berthelsen
The Little Church Around the Corner, New York in Winter
Pocock Fine Art & Antiques
Johann Berthelsen, New York City Nocture, Washington Square Park [SOLD]

 

Johann Berthelsen
New York City Nocture, Washington Square Park [SOLD]
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Johann Berthelsen, Washington Square Park in Winter

 

Johann Berthelsen
Washington Square Park in Winter
Joan Whalen Fine Art
Johann Berthelsen, Little Church Around the Corner

 

Johann Berthelsen
Little Church Around the Corner
Joan Whalen Fine Art
Johann Berthelsen, Fifth Avenue in New York City

 

Johann Berthelsen
Fifth Avenue in New York City
Joan Whalen Fine Art
Johann Berthelsen, Queensboro Bridge Nocturne

 

Johann Berthelsen
Queensboro Bridge Nocturne
circa 1945

The Caldwell Gallery
Johann Berthelsen, New York City in Winter – St. James’ Episcopal Church, Madison and 72nd

 

Johann Berthelsen
New York City in Winter – St. James’ Episcopal Church, Madison and 72nd
Pocock Fine Art & Antiques
 
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Johann Berthelsen, Washington Square

 

Johann Berthelsen
Washington Square
oil on board

 

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Johann Berthelsen, New York Street Scene

 

Johann Berthelsen
New York Street Scene
oil on canvas

 

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Johann Berthelsen, Washington Square New York

 

Johann Berthelsen
Washington Square New York
oil on canvas

 

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1883   Born in Copenhagen, Denmark
1890   1890 Immigrated to the USA with his mother, settling first in Michigan, then on the shore of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin
1905   Attended The Music Conservatory of Chicago College of Performing Arts, Chicago, IL
1908   Awarded full scholarship to Chicago Musical College, Chicago, IL
1910   Instructor (Voice), Chicago Musical College, Chicago, IL
1913   Head of the voice department at Indianapolis Conservatory of Music, Indianapolis, IN
1912 - 1917   Toured the US and Canada as lead baritone for the Grand Opera Company; often appeared ontage in minor roles alongside Enrico Caruso
1920   Relocated to New York, where he opened a private studio and gave voice lessons
1926   to membership in the American Watercolor Society
1928   Received Albert Erskine Prize for Pastel, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1930   Works Project Administration/New Deal art projects
1940   Invited to the Lecture Bureau of the Columbia Broadcasting System, New York, NY
1942   Moved with his family to a small cottage in rural New Milford, CT
1946   Received Holcombe Prize, Indianapolis, IN
1950   Returned to New York City with his family to live
1960   Acquired second home in Greenwich, CT
1972   Died in Greenwich, CT
1946   Holcombe Prize, Indianapolis, IN
1928   Erskine Prize, Art Institue of Chicago, Chicago, IL
  Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, TX
  Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
  Terre Haute Museum, Terre Haute, Indiana
  Kappa Kappa Kappa Art Collection, Indianapolis, IN
  Hickory Museum of Art, Hickory, NC
  Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN
  Indiana University, The Dailey Family Memorial Collection of Paintings, Bloomington, IN
  Sembrich Memorial, Lake George, NY
  Sheldon Swope Art Museum, Terre Haute, IN
  The Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
  Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC
2010    Miller, Frederic P., Agnes F. Vandome and John McBrewster. Johann Berthelsen. Saarbrücken, Germany: Alphascript Publishing, 2010