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Carl-Henning Pedersen has rightly been characterized as the painter of fairy-tales. His visual world is inhabited by magical and enchanting creatures which seem to belong in another world. The hovering figures and the wide range of blue colours are his trademark, and his characteristically expressive, spontaneous, and poetic style

is known and loved by a large public. It is shaped by the abstract tradition – but is by no means without imagination. From the very beginning, CarlHenning Pedersen's imagery is characterized by a series of figures that reappear in changing constellations: birds, suns, horses, ship

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Else Alfelt’s compositions are indebted to the surrealists and their predilection for automatic drawing. They are characterised by changes between soft, organic lines – spirals or circular shapes – and hard, geometric, pointed lines, often in crystalline patterns. Alfelt frequently makes use of the same procedure, where the basic outline of the composition is

marked with pencil on the surface. Following this, the fields between the pencil lines are then filled in with precisely coordinated colour nuances. Thin, cobweblike line sequences can be seen where the white of the background is left unpainted. When painting in a freer style, Alfelt tends to make use of long, distinct colour strokes arranged in a rhythmic sequence. 2


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two ELEMENTS- Carl-Henning Pedersen & Else Alfelt  

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