Tyro & Poseidon Disguised as Enipeus by Mogens Hoff, 2002
2002 Expressionist night scene featuring a pair of mythological lovers. The female figure appears to be Tyro embracing blue Poseidon rising from the water disguised as the river god Enipeus. The grassy and watery surroundings of blues and greens are rendered in bold brush strokes. Mogens Hoff (Danish, 1934-2008). Signed. Oil on unframed canvas. Hoff was a self-taught painter, sculptor, and author who specialized in expressive figurative paintings. His primary subjects consisted of mythological and biblical scenes, portraits, and wildlife. Works by Hoff can be found in the collections of Danish institutions including the National Gallery of Denmark and the Vendsyssel Art Museum.
- Depth: 0.75 Width: 22.0 Height: 18.0
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