Gunnar Danbolt (born 9 March 1940) is a Norwegian art historian. He was born in Bergen, the son of merchant Odd Gauslaa Danbolt (1902–1991) and Astrid A. Knudsen (1903–1996). In 1968, he married art historian Hjørdis Hauge.
Gunnar Danbolt, Actor: Kvinner i for store herreskjorter. Gunnar Danbolt is an actor, known for Kvinner i for store herreskjorter (2015).
Gunnar Danbolt is the author of Norsk Kunsthistorie (4.33 avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews), From Bowl to Art (0.0 avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), Sku
Gunnar Danbolt topic. Gunnar Danbolt (born 9 March 1940) is a Norwegian art historian. He was born in Bergen , the son of merchant Odd Gauslaa Danbolt (1902–1991) and Astrid A. Knudsen (1903–1996). In 1968, he married art historian Hjørdis Hauge.
Gunnar Danbolt. 81 likes. Gunnar Danbolt is a Norwegian art historian.
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Jul 01, 2009 · Professor Gunnar Danbolt er aktuell med 3. utgåve av Norsk kunsthistorie. Dette er opptak frå Morgenbladetsamtalen på Litteraturhuset, fredag 19. juni 2009 med Alf van der Hagen.
Warhol After Munch [Poul Erik Tøjner, Siegfried Gohr, Gunnar Danbolt, Henriette Dedichen, Andy Warhol] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Andy Warhol (1928–1987) famously once declared: “If you want to know all about Andy Warhol, just look at …
Author: Poul Erik Tøjner, Siegfried Gohr, Gunnar Danbolt
Danbolt was born in Bergen, Norway. He was the son of Ole Dominicus Danielsen (1863-1941) and Gesine Gauslaa (1866-1964). He was the brother of the missionary priest Lars Johan Danbolt and theology professor Erling Danbolt. He was the uncle of professor Ole …
Foto: Hå gamle prestegard Foto: Petter Dimmen KIRKEUTSMYKNINGER (2005)/ GUNNAR TORVUND. Foto: Petter Dimmen SOMMERUTSTILLING 7 KIRKEUTSMYKNINGER (2005)/ GUNNAR TORVUND.
Ole Danbolt Mjøs (8 March 1939 – 1 October 2013) was a Norwegian physician and politician for the Christian Democratic Party. A professor and former rector at the University of Tromsø , he was known worldwide as the leader of the Norwegian Nobel Committee from 2003 to 2008.
Known for: Leader, Mjøs Committee (1998–2000), Leader, Nobel Committee (2003–2008)