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Hans Mortensen Agersnap was born November 1857 and died in 1925. He was the son of a Miller and a Dairy owner, and took over the family farm at twenty-five years of age. His passion to paint resulted in him leasing the farm in order to study at Kroyers Paintings School in Copenhagen.

Agersnap later sold the farm and moved to Molholm where he worked as a drawing teacher. He was especially known for his Jutland heathland scenes, and his woodland pictures of frost and snow.

There are nineteen examples of his work exhibited in numerous Danish museums, and one of his most famous works, ‘Blicher on the Moors’ hangs in the Vejle Art Museum.

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