Georg Jensen Sterling Sølv Boks No 857

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Georg Jensen Sterling Sølv Boks No 857. Måler 16cm x 8cm x 3cm. Designet af Søren Jensen. Er fra efter 1945.

Designet af Søren Georg Jensen (1917-1982)

Var en dansk billedhugger og sølvsmed.
Efter at være udlært hos sin far, sølvsmeden Georg Jensen, fik han sin kunstneriske uddannelse hos Bizzie Høyer 1938-1941 og på Kunstakademiets billedhuggerskole 1941-1945. Søren Georg Jensen arbejdede først med portrætter og figurer i et naturalistisk formsprog, men efter et ophold i Paris 1947-1948, hvor han var elev hos Ossip Zadkine, blev hans skulpturer, de fleste af brændt ler, mere kubistisk inspirerede og efterhånden helt konstruktive. Blandt arbejderne fra denne tid, hvor han fra 1949 udstillede med gruppen Linien II, er Liggende figur (1950, støbt i bronze 1959, opstillet 1982 ved Sortedam Dossering i København).

Søren Georg Jensen

Søren Georg Jensen (4 October 1917 – 20 September 1982) was a Danish silversmith and sculptor. Son of the noted silversmith Georg Jensen, he was the artistic director of the Georg Jensen Silversmithy from 1962 to 1974.[1] Early life and education Born in Copenhagen, Jensen was trained as a silversmith by his father, Georg Jensen. He then attended Bizzie Høyer's drawing school (1931–36) before studying sculpture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts under Einar Utzon-Frank (1941–45). In 1946, he completed his studies under the Russian sculptor Ossip Zadkine in Paris.[2] Biography Water feature on Gråbrødretorv, 1971 One of Jensen's early works was a full-size statue of David (1946) for which he won the Academy's gold medal. From the beginning of the 1950s, he adopted a Naturalistic approach which became increasingly Abstract. He worked mainly with granite and marble but occasionally with bronze and clay.[3] He also experimented with other materials such as glass or even clay piping.[1] Jensen's sculptural works often consist of interlocking stones, each independently worked.[4] From 1949, Jensen was a designer at the Georg Jensen company, becoming its artistic director from 1962 to 1974. He contributed a series of notable hollowware pieces as well as a few items of jewelry. Inspired by the Functionalist movement, one of his bracelets consisted of broad links clasped together with expanded hinges forming an attractive decorated band. He also incorporated geometrical shapes, for example in cufflinks combining a circular ring with a flat bar. As a silversmith, he often worked in his workshop in the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art while as a sculptor, from 1962 he moved to the island of Bornholm where he was close to the granite quarries and could rely on the assistance of local stonecutters. In the early 1970s, he spent a period in Italy, working on Aurora Septentionalis for the Academy.[4] He finally moved to Pietrasanta in 1976.[1] Jensen's best known creations include Tre sten (Three Stones, 1965) for the Technical University of Denmark, Helios Boreios (1972) for Bergen University, and, outside the Foreign Ministry in Christianshavn, Kyklopen, Den lange rejse og Galionsfigur

Georg Jensen

Georg Jensen er en dansk virksomhed, der blev grundlagt i 1904 af Georg Jensen selv. Virksomheden er kendt for sit håndværk og design inden for smykker, sølvtøj, ure og diverse boligaccessories. Georg Jensen-produkter er kendt for deres enkle og elegante designs, der ofte har et nordisk inspireret udtryk. Virksomheden er i dag internationalt anerkendt og har butikker og forhandlere over hele verden. Georg Jensen er fortsat en af Danmarks mest kendte og respekterede designvirksomheder.

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