Fritz Thaulow

Thaulow, Fritz (touˈlō) [key], 1847–1906, Norwegian landscape painter. He studied in Paris. Influenced by impressionism, he painted canals, riverbanks, and snow scenes. Thaulow is represented in various Swedish galleries and in the museums of Baltimore, Chicago, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and Worcester, Mass.

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