Artist Alfred Broge (or Karl Harald Alfred Broge) Karl Harald Alfred Broge (May 6, 1870 in Copenhagen - March 8, 1955); Danish painter, especially known for a number of city pictures from Copenhagen . He graduated at the Technical Company School under Holger Grønvold and studied at the Academy of Arts in 1889-1891, where he was a student of Rudolf Bissen for a short while. Source: https://arthur.io/art/karl-harald-alfred-broge #art #painting #figure #life

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