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Amaliegade 45 is a Neoclassical property situated at the northern end of Amaliegade in the Frederiksstaden district of central Copenhagen, Denmark. It is part of a row of adjoining buildings constructed at the site by master builder Andreas Hallander in the 1780s but owes it current appearance to an adaption most likely undertaken by Jørgen Henrich Rawert in 1801. The building was from 1817 owned by the painter 's parents. His first significant painting, View from the Artist's Window, from c. 1825, shows the view from the family's apartment on the second floor. It was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1918.

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  • Amaliegade 45 is a Neoclassical property situated at the northern end of Amaliegade in the Frederiksstaden district of central Copenhagen, Denmark. It is part of a row of adjoining buildings constructed at the site by master builder Andreas Hallander in the 1780s but owes it current appearance to an adaption most likely undertaken by Jørgen Henrich Rawert in 1801. The building was from 1817 owned by the painter 's parents. His first significant painting, View from the Artist's Window, from c. 1825, shows the view from the family's apartment on the second floor. It was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1918.
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  • Amaliegade 45 is a Neoclassical property situated at the northern end of Amaliegade in the Frederiksstaden district of central Copenhagen, Denmark. It is part of a row of adjoining buildings constructed at the site by master builder Andreas Hallander in the 1780s but owes it current appearance to an adaption most likely undertaken by Jørgen Henrich Rawert in 1801. The building was from 1817 owned by the painter 's parents. His first significant painting, View from the Artist's Window, from c. 1825, shows the view from the family's apartment on the second floor. It was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1918.
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