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Niels Walseth (1914-2001) Danish Painter

Niels Walseth often used the pseudonym signature Carl Soderberg or others for many of his paintings. His parents were both painters.
He studied at Teknisk Skole (the Technical School).
Walseth was inspired by the famous Peder Mönsted, his subjects often include small fishing villages in Zealand; he extensively traveled to mountainous areas in Austria, Germany, Switzerland
as well as to Italy and Scandinavia.

Niels Walseth - South German landscape with a white farm

Landscape with figures

Niels Walseth - Summer day near a farm

Niels Walseth - Thunersee

Niels Walseth - Danish summer landscape with two boys

Niels Walseth - Village landscape with children

Niels Walseth - Quiet mountain village

Niels Walseth - Sunday fishing

Niels Walseth - Landscape, c.1950

Signed G. Caprino - one of the artist's pseudonyms - Coastal Village

Italian Villa, signed  A Ravello - also a known pseudonym

Niels Walseth  - Mountain landscape from Interlaken, Switzerland 

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