Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib

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Arild Rosenkrantz

“Colours are the soul of nature and the entire cosmos — and we become part of that soul when we live with the colours”. Rudolf Steiner

Arild Rosenkrantz was born in Denmark on 9 April, 1870. He lived and worked abroad most of his life, mainly in England. From his early years he was influenced by the French salon painters, the Pre-Raphaelites, William Blake and J.M.W. Turner — and later by Claude Monet.

Arild Rosenkrantz ... Selections ...

. Biography.
A short biography of Baron Arild Rosenkrantz.
. The New Impulse in Art.
An Article Baron Rosenkrantz wrote for the book, Fruits of Anthroposophy an Introduction to the Works of Dr. Rudolf Steiner. This book was published in 1922, and has many of it's Articles reproduced on this site.
. Artworks at the e.Gallery.
After a year in the United States in 1896, where Rosenkrantz had worked on the Gallatin window at The Decorative Stained Glass Company in New York and designed a window for Tiffany on the subject of King Alfred the Great, he moved to London and there established himself as a spiritual artist. In 1914 Rosenkrantz joined the artists working with Rudolf Steiner to create the first Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland. Here he worked with other artists on the decoration of the small cupola, and through Steiner's influence his style of painting completely changed.

  

  

      
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