1875 - 1948
Gudmund Hentze trained at the Academy of Arts 1893-1894 and attended Zahrtmanns School for Arts from 1897-1898. He studied in Florence and had exhibitions in Berlin, Brussells and Stockholm as well as in Copenhagen.
Hentze illustrated books and folk songs, painted portraits, glass paintings, miniature paintings, drawings for embroidery, various metal works such as flatware and ashtrays and made interior decorations. He made designs for jewellery for Mogens Ballin's workshop. And from 1904 he also made drawings for jewellery for the Georg Jensen workshop.
Hentze was inspired by the English pre-raphaelites as well as German and French artists.