May - June 2004
Anne-Birgitte Fonsmark is director of Ordrupgaard, the Danish museum of French Impressionism and Danish nineteenth-century art, and was formerly curator at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Her research has mainly been devoted to Danish and French art. She has curated and contributed to numerous exhibitions and their exhibition catalogues, among them Gauguin and Denmark (1985), Delacroix: The Music of Painting at Ordrupgaard (2000), and The Age of Impressionism at Ordrupgaard and the Kimbell Art Museum (forthcoming in 2005-06). She is also the author of the final chapter of a book on Gauguin, the Impressionist.