The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark.
Based on concepts and prices of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
in which Asbjorn Lonvig participated.

The East and Far East Collection




"Golden Pavilion I"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 59,4 x 84 cm (23.4” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size:
59,4 x 84 cm (23.4” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


Asbjorn Lonvig's words: Temple of the Golden Pavilion, Kyoto, Japan is a temple made of gold. I saw a lot of temples in Kyoto in Japan. Kyoto is the city in Japan with far most temples.
The temples were amazing.
But.
Just one was made of gold.
I had to make a motif.
I took some photos in order to remember the shape of the Golden Pavilion.
I do not know why, but I was not ready to make the motif until 18 years after I saw it in Japan.
I’m sure the starting point 18 years after was a renewed interest in Zen and Buddhism.
I looked at my photos from 1991.
The photos were not right to me. The angels were wrong. Everything was wrong.
I searched on the Internet.
I searched the phrase “golden pavilion”
And I found 990 pictures.
Not one of them were usable.

But.
I had a crazy idea.
In Legoland in Billund, Denmark there is section about Japan with all the symbols of Japan:
A temple, a sea with a temple portal,
Shinkansen (the super fast train), Fujiyama,
a Japanese city etc. etc.
And of course the Golden Pavilion. I went to Legoland and in a few minutes I had photos of the Golden Pavilion, exactly as I wanted them.
I was ready to create.
I suddenly remembered everything about the Golden Pavilion.




"Golden Pavilion II"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 59,4 x 84 cm (23.4” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size:
59,4 x 84 cm (23.4” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Golden Pavilion I" above.




"Golden Pavilion III"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 59,4 x 84 cm (23.4” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size:
59,4 x 84 cm (23.4” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

See "Golden Pavilion I" above.





"Tokyo Tower"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


Inspired by the skyline of Tokyo and Tokyo Tower. On the upper platform, there is a glass plate in the floor. Some think it's fun to stand on this plate of glass and look down.
I am not one of them.





"Ginza Crosswalk"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

Inspired by the movie Babel. The Babel legend. Babel portrays multiple stories taking place in Morocco, Japan, Mexico and the United States. In Japan it takes place in Ginza, Tokyo. The easy recognizable crosswalk in Ginza symbolizes communication. Visual art connects people across the planet - dispite languages. Visual art is the language.





"Fujiyama"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan. It straddles the boundary of Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures just west of Tokyo, from where it can be seen on a clear day.
It is located near the Pacific coast of central Honshk. Three small cities surround it, they are: Gotemba (East), Fuji-Yoshida (North) and Fujinomiya (Southwest). Mount Fuji maintains a snow cap year round even though it is in a temperate climate zone.
Mount Fuji is a well-known symbol of Japan and is frequently depicted in art and photographs, as well as visited by sightseers and climbers.
I was there.






"Gateway to Life"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


Asbjorn Lonvig's words: "Gateway to Life - Tokyo Portal" is inspired by a portal to a temple in Tokyo. Zen-Buddhism is not easy to comprehend by people from the West.
However C. G. Jung’s openness and genuine interest in foreign cultures has revealed to me a depth that occasionally allow me to catch a glimpse of rare profoundness in the Zen. This portal probably a portal to a Zen Buddhist Temple.






"Confucius"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

Asbjorn Lonvig's words: The portrait "Confucius" is inspired by a sculpture, not the sculpture in Qufuthat is “the official likeness“ of Confucius. There are of course no pictures showing what he looked like 500 BCE, but I found a sculpture that expressed his ideas. Confucius, 551 BCE - 479 BCE, was a Chinese thinker and philosopher, whose teachings and philosophy have deeply influenced thought and life of the far East. His philosophy emphasized morality, correctness of social relationships, justice and sincerity. These values gained prominence in China over Taoism during the Han Dynasty (206 BC–220 AD). Confucius' thoughts shortly is called Confucianism. It was introduced to Europe by the Jesuit Matteo Ricci, who Latinate his name as "Confucius." His teachings may be found in the Analects of Confucius, a collection of "brief aphoristic fragments", which was compiled many years after his death.
Some of Confucius' quotes:
"Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it."
"Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses."
“Ignorance is the night of the mind, but a night without moon and star."
"It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop."
"Men's natures are alike, it is their habits that carry them far apart."
"Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in getting up every time we do."
"Respect yourself and others will respect you."
"Study the past if you would define the future."

A sculpture of Confucius (to the right) was unveiled 2006 by the China Confucius Foundation in Qufu, east China’s Shandong province. It was meant to be the "official likeness" of Confucius.
In my opinion this portrait/sculpture has no resemblance to Confucius at all and never could represent his philosophy what soever.
This man expresses arrogance, self insufficiency, narrow mindedness etc. He is old and he looks ill. No, it is not Confucius.

That's why the point of departure for my work is another statue. A stature (to the left) that matches the way I percept the whole Confucius.
This Confucius is expresses humility, all-embracing warmheartedness,
superiority, wisdom etc. He is old but well.






"Confucius Grey

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Confucius" above.






"Shaghai Sunshine"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

"Shaghai Sunshine" is inspired by the island Pudong. Pudong, officially known as Pudong New Area, is a district of Shanghai, China that enjoys sub-provincial administrative status.
It is named "Pudong" because of its location on the east side of the Huangpu river, on the opposite of Puxi, the west side.
After its merger with Nanhui District (now defunct) in May 2009, the Pudong New Area comprises the majority of land in eastern Shanghai.
Since the beginning of its development in 1990 when plans were first announced, Pudong has become a New Open Economic Development Zone,
and has emerged as China's financial and commercial hub.
Pudong is home to the Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone, the Shanghai Stock Exchange, and a skyline that includes the symbolic Oriental Pearl Tower,
the Jin Mao Building, the Shanghai World Financial Center and the under-construction Shanghai Tower, reflective of Shanghai and China's rapid economic
development.







"Pudong"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Shanghai Sunshine" above.







"The Wild Goose Pagoda"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


"The Wild Goose Pagoda" is inspired by a visit to the Wild Goose Pagoda in Xian, China. Outside the Wild Goose Pagoda I had this experience of being a foreigner.
To have another cultural background. To meet people with another cultural background.
Jakob - my youngest son - was 9 years of age. His hear was blond. Crew cut.
I was big. With a red blond bird.
The Chinese crowded around us. Friendly. Smiling. Standing with their bikes.
They wanted to touch Jakob.
The talk among us foreigners suddenly had a new subject, what do the Chinese think about our traveling in China. One of my fellow-
foreigners told me, that the Chinese wondered why
we did not stay at home, save the money and buy a bike.
Or a refrigerator?"

I have put an extra store or more on the Wild Goose Pagoda motif.
A nice munk inside the pagoda and the crowd outside made me believe Chinese are closer to divinity.







"Temple of Langhua"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

"Temple of Langhua" is inspired by the the Longhua Temple in Shanghai.

It is said that the temple originally was built in 247 AD. The Longhua Temple was originally built in 247 AD, it is the largest temple in the city of Shanghai. It is a Buddhist Temple. The Longhua Temple complex is often crowded with devotees bringing incense to the Buddha images. In the spring, it also fills with admirers of the temple's famous peach blossoms.

Usually you would concentrate upon the Longhua Pagoda (977). It is a 8 story tower. Unfortunately the 10th-century pagoda was not open to visitors due to its age and fragility.
The "Temple of Langhua" was open to vidsitors.






"The Great Wall of China"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 59,4 x 84 cm (23.4” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size:
59,4 x 84 cm (23.4” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

"The Great Wall of China" is inspired by walking on the Great Wall of China.
The Great Wall of China was built over 2,200 years ago, by the first emperor of China
In Chinese the wall is called "Wan-Li Qang-Qeng" which means 10,000-Li Long Wall  - 10,000 Li is about 5,000 km.
Through Western contact with China from the 17th through 20th centuries, the legend of the Great Wall of China grew along with tourism to the wall. Restoration and rebuilding took place in the 20th century and in 1987 the Great Wall of China was made a World Heritage Site. Today, a portion of the Great Wall of China about 50 miles (80 km) from Beijing receives thousands of tourists each day.
The myth of being able to see the Great Wall from space originated in Richard Halliburton's 1938 (long before humans saw the earth from space) book Second Book of Marvels said that the Great Wall of China is the only man-made object visible from the moon.
The Great Wall of China certainly isn't visible from the Moon. It's a legend. Alan Bean, Apollo 12 astronaut: "The only thing you can see from the moon is a beautiful sphere of the earth.....








"Chinese DOG sign"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

Asbjorn Lonvig's words: Colorful Simplicity Calligraphy is done on the basis of Chinese signs. The technicque is to add shapes and colors to the Chinese sign. In this case the Chinese sign for DOG.





"
"Chinese US sign"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

Asbjorn Lonvig's words: Colorful Simplicity Calligraphy is done on the basis of Chinese signs. The technicque is to add shapes and colors to the Chinese sign. In this case the Chinese sign for US.







"Taj Mahal White"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

Asbjorn Lonvig's words: For a long time I have known that some day I had to make a motif of Taj Mahal. I have focused on not only the shape and colors on the ground, but also the mirror image in the water in front of the building. I have worked with the motif in different color schemes in order to find the one that in the best way live up to my colorful simplicity dogmas.
My number one on my "had to make" list was the Golden Pavilion in Kyoto, Japan. As this had been finished I worked for a considerable amount of time on the Taj Mahal motifs.







"Taj Mahal Grey"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Taj Mahal White" above.






"Taj Mahal Yellow"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Taj Mahal White" above.






"Taj Mahal Red/Yellow"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Taj Mahal White" above.






"Taj Mahal Blue"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Taj Mahal White" above.






"Taj Mahal Red/Blue"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Taj Mahal White" above.






"Taj Mahal Green"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Taj Mahal White" above.






"Taj Mahal Green/Blue"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Taj Mahal White" above.







"Mount Everest Green"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


Asbjorn Lonvig's words: "Mount Everest Blue" is inspired by the mystery of Mount Everest in Himalayas in Nepal, Asia. In the "Green" (spring?) version you meet a not very dangerous mountain.
By changing colors
- see the "Blue" (winter?) version - however you might understand the troubles of the mountaineers that try to climb Mount Everest. Dangers such as altitude sickness, weather and wind.
If a mountaineer climbs higher than 8.000 meters he enters the Death Zone.
In the Death Zone corps are not rescued, they remain on the mountain - it is very dangerous to bring them down to sea level.








"Mount Everest Blue"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Mount Everest Green" above.






"Mount Everest Brown"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Mount Everest Green" above.







"Mount Everest Red"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


See "Mount Everest Green" above.








"Mount Everest Black/White"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632.
210 x exclusie fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

See "Mount Everest Green" above.






In general about the complete fine art works of Asbjorn Lonvig

Originals - one of a kind - art works:
Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”).
Price US$ 5,976 - 8,632 valued by Graham's Fine Art Auctioneers, Johannesburg.
Graham’s only deals with works that illustrate great significance through execution, condition, aesthetics, value and iconicity.

Concerning sale contact
lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


Fine Art Prints:
Edition 210
for each Original art work, numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton, that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks,
size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”).
Retail Price is US$ 2,000 - Artist Price is
US$ 2,000
valued by art publisher 2010 Fine Art alias MMX Art, Cape Town.

Concerning sale contact
lonvig-complete-works
@mail.dk



Delivery and Payment

The Art works are delivered all over the world in a tube directly to you by UPS.
In the tube is an invoice which is paid
on the day of delivery net chach by bank transfer to Danske Bank
Vesterbrogade 8, 8722 Hedensted, Denmark,
Bank: Reg. number: 9521,  Account number: 6225613638,

SWIFT: DABADKKK,
IBAN: DK4330006225613638
before delivery

Concerning sale contact
lonvig-complete-works
@mail.dk




Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark (*1949)

Copyrights Asbjorn Lonvig
Asbjorn Lonvig's Copyrights are administered by Copydan, Denmark and
sister organizations all over the world.

Asbjorn Lonvig has the contract number 1549.
If you want to use a work for some purpose like a book cover, marketing or product design
please contact copydan@copydan.dk
for price information.

Accounts are setteled with Copydan.

Highly original derivative, oxymoronic singularity, individually universal, satirical
chutzpah subversive hilarity. I am LOVING LONVIG
Florence Siegel
Boro of Queens
New York

Congratulations. Wonderful work!
Please, look my website: www.edprimo.hpg.com.br
Ed Primo
Sao Paulo
Brazil

”Dear Master Lonvig (but after reading your biography and seen your wonderful Art, your name should be
"Loving"), thank you for your interest in participating  in this Feast of Culture and Art.”,
“………..are you sure you are not Italian?”
“…..I have no words to tell you how much I enjoyed your art presentation you sent me. I can tell you it would be an honour for us to have your works with us…”
prof. Giancarlo Alu
director of Mantena Museum
director of Mondial Art and Culture
Rome
Italy

Dear Asbjorn,
your work is really great!!!
I have gone through your portfolio and your other links too!!!!
Wish you happy creations!!!

Prakash Deshmukh
Akola
India

I love your work!
I have added a link to your site too under "Creative People"
Francesca Judd
Auckland
New Zealand

I love your concept! Your art and your generosity of spirit.
 I am a concert pianist and am very committed to inner city kids in Hartford CT.
Sanda Schuldmann
Executive Director
Chamber Music Plus
Hartford
Connecticut
US

I'm writing to you to tell you I like your work....the way you express the synthesis is very interesting
By the way..im an argentinian artist, if you have a minute i invite you to visit my site
www.mariadelavega.com.ar
cordially

María de la Vega
Buenos Aires
Argentina


I'm speachless...wow you are creative and diligent:
o)....I like your stuff because the beauty is in simplicity..... Just a warm hello to Denmark from Germany
Best

Gudrun Ploetz
Bad Nauheim
Germany


Hello Asbjorn,
All of your art and specially the Lucca Project are superb works of fine art.
I have enjoyed your art works with a tremendous amount of enthusiasm.
Best from

Anton Vogels
Dulwich Hill,
Sydney
New South Wales
Australia


I was quite impressed with all the creativity here.
Keep up the good ART!
ART is needed everywhere.
Greetings from Portugal

Rod Costa
Portugal


Hello
I have just found your site and found it so refreshing,

as have been looking for ideas for some paintings for my granddaughters  baby's room,
and it has giving me some ideas and I just want to keep it simple, as I get older.
Less is more seems to be the answer , keep up the good work.
 regards
Lee Pennington
Painter
Tasmania
Australia

 
Thank you.

Your color and amazing simplicity inspire me so madly.
I'm looking for a brush now!
Incredible, quiet, moving, loud, and awesome!
Randy Jacobs
Dallas
Texas
US

Hello
I am a New York based artist. I work primarily in pastels, oils & watercolor.
I loved your web designs and art that I located through absolute arts! 
Is this to be another web magazine like absolute arts? 
Is it solely your own promotion?  It is GREAT!!!!  If it is ongoing, how do I subscribe? 
You have a linking option...I'm interested in it....please see my web site:
www.ellenfisch.com
I wish you much success!!!  Are you interested in a NY publisher....
I know of one who may be interested in your work....maybe
All the best for  wonderful holidays!
Happy painting,
Ellen Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College - MA in art from New York University
Long Island
New York
US

Dear Asbjorn
Thank you for making me your official NY fan club!! (but please spell my name correctly...Ellen Fisch )....
I love reading your Art Blogs and think that you are an art FORCE!! 
Not only does your work encourage others with its eneryg, beauty and aethetic sensibility, but your writing is wonderful!! 
Every time I go to your web site (often) I get a mega dose of art fuel!! 
You are THE BEST!!
Warm Regards,
Ellen
Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College
MA in art from New York University

Long Island
New York
US
PS I'm having a show of my work at the Jadite Gallery on West 50 Street in New York City. 
Opening is April 5.  If you are in New York, I hope you will stop by.  I would love to meet you in person!!


Dear Asbjorn:
Thanks for ordering another 25 artworks.  You account has been updated
to allow 75 artworks.  We are so glad you are excited about Gallery
Direct and decided to upgrade your account to allow display of more of
your genious artwork.
Dave Yelen
President and founder of Gallery Direct
Forty Fort
Pennsylvania
US

Hello,
I just like to congratulate you and thank you for the fantastic art work
that you have created and exhibited.
Keep on creating!!!
Best regards,
Paul Lionakis
Dover
Kent
UK


Dear Asbjorn Lonvig
Your website is truly colorful and fantastic!!
I entered the RSS in ArtistsBlog Headlines of artday.org.
Seiji Ueoka
Editor World ArtNews
Tokyo
Japan

I only have one word that best describes these books.
Awesome.
Thanks so much for the FREE downloads, they are very much appreciated.
Thanks,
Cecelia Routsaw
Grandmother of 15
Greenville
Michigan
US

Hi Asbjorn Lonvig
Thanks for forwarding – magnificent article… Thanks 

Bjarne Bækgaard
Communication manager
Aros Art Museum
Aarhus
Denmark


Hi, your work is very powerful.
Your writings and work are very impressive.

Diane Leon
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Arts at New York University
New York
US

Congratulations on your beautiful work.
You have been accepted.

Michael Jason
Manhattan Arts International
New York
US

Dear Asbjorn Lonvig,
The Staff at ARTROM Gallery has met to view your images.
We have also visited your websites and entered immediately into your world.
We are impressed with your ability to simplify a concept into an image and concentrate it,
to incude only what is necessary. In evaluating your work for its strong graphic content, we  became aware of the size of the originals; they are all quite large and are acrylic on canvas. 
In viewing your works we discussed not only their graphic content, but discussed them as paintings, as objects unto themselves. Knowing that the images exist somewhere as objects of that dimension is far different than looking at images stored in some computer, regardless of how they were created. One can appreciate the graphic illustrative/informative quality of an image on a computer screen, but it stops there, until you know more about the image as it exists in "real life",
and this adds another dimension to the work. It also adds credibility to the commitment the artist has made to the image.
We feel that you believe in your commitment as an artist.
This is one of the aspects we look for in our GUILD Members.
When one believes in himself the message is clear.  We are also interested in your "Manifesto" below.        
"It's about the fact that the art market is predicted to grow 3,5 times because of the Internet.
It's about my decision to stake everything on the internet.
It's about concentrating my efforts on the internet when it comes to sales.
It's about my decision to make new standards and challenge art traditions by
making my drafts on a computer and exhibit the drafts.
And insist upon that a computer is nothing but a new tool.
And insist upon that using a computer is as worthy as not doing it!!!
Worthier????" 
We would like to help you accomplish these things, and welcome you to
become a member of AGG. 
David Genovesi director
ARTROM GALLERY GUILD
International Society of Artists and Designers
Viale Carso, 71
Rome, Lazio,
Italy


Searching your web site I have to say that I AM IMPRESSED!!!
Absolute unique, dedicated, brilliant, excellent. I wish the see you.
Are you living outside Copenhagen?
Actually we are in Stockholm and London, we are passing throw Denmark in regular basis…

Anticipate thanks
Petru Russu
Editor and publisher
World Of Art Magazine
Stockholm
Mörbylund 19, 9tr, 182 30 Danderyd, Sweden
London
17 Ringwood Gardens, London, UK

Great, very interesting.
Your wide vision and conecting compex ideas in simple presentation are of high value.
You obsereve sights digest them and present them in colorful simple forms, have a quality of their own.
I wish you great success.
Today in India is Great Festival of Lights- Diwali,
On this occasion your paintings gave us enjoyment.
With regards,
O. P. Joshi,  Sociologist of art, Ph.D.
College of KISHANGARH  
Jaipur, Rajasthan
India

Highly original derivative, oxymoronic singularity, individually universal, satirical
chutzpah subversive hilarity. I am LOVING LONVIG
Florence Siegel
Boro of Queens
New York

Congratulations. Wonderful work!
Please, look my website: www.edprimo.hpg.com.br
Ed Primo
Sao Paulo
Brazil

”Dear Master Lonvig (but after reading your biography and seen your wonderful Art, your name should be
"Loving"), thank you for your interest in participating  in this Feast of Culture and Art.”,
“………..are you sure you are not Italian?”
“…..I have no words to tell you how much I enjoyed your art presentation you sent me. I can tell you it would be an honour for us to have your works with us…”
prof. Giancarlo Alu
director of Mantena Museum
director of Mondial Art and Culture
Rome
Italy

Dear Asbjorn,
your work is really great!!!
I have gone through your portfolio and your other links too!!!!
Wish you happy creations!!!

Prakash Deshmukh
Akola
India

I love your work!
I have added a link to your site too under "Creative People"
Francesca Judd
Auckland
New Zealand

I love your concept! Your art and your generosity of spirit.
 I am a concert pianist and am very committed to inner city kids in Hartford CT.
Sanda Schuldmann
Executive Director
Chamber Music Plus
Hartford
Connecticut
US

I'm writing to you to tell you I like your work....the way you express the synthesis is very interesting
By the way..im an argentinian artist, if you have a minute i invite you to visit my site
www.mariadelavega.com.ar
cordially

María de la Vega
Buenos Aires
Argentina


I'm speachless...wow you are creative and diligent:
o)....I like your stuff because the beauty is in simplicity..... Just a warm hello to Denmark from Germany
Best

Gudrun Ploetz
Bad Nauheim
Germany


Hello Asbjorn,
All of your art and specially the Lucca Project are superb works of fine art.
I have enjoyed your art works with a tremendous amount of enthusiasm.
Best from

Anton Vogels
Dulwich Hill,
Sydney
New South Wales
Australia


I was quite impressed with all the creativity here.
Keep up the good ART!
ART is needed everywhere.
Greetings from Portugal

Rod Costa
Portugal


Hello
I have just found your site and found it so refreshing,

as have been looking for ideas for some paintings for my granddaughters  baby's room,
and it has giving me some ideas and I just want to keep it simple, as I get older.
Less is more seems to be the answer , keep up the good work.
 regards
Lee Pennington
Painter
Tasmania
Australia

 
Thank you.

Your color and amazing simplicity inspire me so madly.
I'm looking for a brush now!
Incredible, quiet, moving, loud, and awesome!
Randy Jacobs
Dallas
Texas
US

Hello
I am a New York based artist. I work primarily in pastels, oils & watercolor.
I loved your web designs and art that I located through absolute arts! 
Is this to be another web magazine like absolute arts? 
Is it solely your own promotion?  It is GREAT!!!!  If it is ongoing, how do I subscribe? 
You have a linking option...I'm interested in it....please see my web site:
www.ellenfisch.com
I wish you much success!!!  Are you interested in a NY publisher....
I know of one who may be interested in your work....maybe
All the best for  wonderful holidays!
Happy painting,
Ellen Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College - MA in art from New York University
Long Island
New York
US

Dear Asbjorn
Thank you for making me your official NY fan club!! (but please spell my name correctly...Ellen Fisch )....
I love reading your Art Blogs and think that you are an art FORCE!! 
Not only does your work encourage others with its eneryg, beauty and aethetic sensibility, but your writing is wonderful!! 
Every time I go to your web site (often) I get a mega dose of art fuel!! 
You are THE BEST!!
Warm Regards,
Ellen
Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College
MA in art from New York University

Long Island
New York
US
PS I'm having a show of my work at the Jadite Gallery on West 50 Street in New York City. 
Opening is April 5.  If you are in New York, I hope you will stop by.  I would love to meet you in person!!


Dear Asbjorn:
Thanks for ordering another 25 artworks.  You account has been updated
to allow 75 artworks.  We are so glad you are excited about Gallery
Direct and decided to upgrade your account to allow display of more of
your genious artwork.
Dave Yelen
President and founder of Gallery Direct
Forty Fort
Pennsylvania
US

Hello,
I just like to congratulate you and thank you for the fantastic art work
that you have created and exhibited.
Keep on creating!!!
Best regards,
Paul Lionakis
Dover
Kent
UK


Dear Asbjorn Lonvig
Your website is truly colorful and fantastic!!
I entered the RSS in ArtistsBlog Headlines of artday.org.
Seiji Ueoka
Editor World ArtNews
Tokyo
Japan

I only have one word that best describes these books.
Awesome.
Thanks so much for the FREE downloads, they are very much appreciated.
Thanks,
Cecelia Routsaw
Grandmother of 15
Greenville
Michigan
US

Hi Asbjorn Lonvig
Thanks for forwarding – magnificent article… Thanks 

Bjarne Bækgaard
Communication manager
Aros Art Museum
Aarhus
Denmark


Hi, your work is very powerful.
Your writings and work are very impressive.

Diane Leon
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Arts at New York University
New York
US

Congratulations on your beautiful work.
You have been accepted.

Michael Jason
Manhattan Arts International
New York
US

Dear Asbjorn Lonvig,
The Staff at ARTROM Gallery has met to view your images.
We have also visited your websites and entered immediately into your world.
We are impressed with your ability to simplify a concept into an image and concentrate it,
to incude only what is necessary. In evaluating your work for its strong graphic content, we  became aware of the size of the originals; they are all quite large and are acrylic on canvas. 
In viewing your works we discussed not only their graphic content, but discussed them as paintings, as objects unto themselves. Knowing that the images exist somewhere as objects of that dimension is far different than looking at images stored in some computer, regardless of how they were created. One can appreciate the graphic illustrative/informative quality of an image on a computer screen, but it stops there, until you know more about the image as it exists in "real life",
and this adds another dimension to the work. It also adds credibility to the commitment the artist has made to the image.
We feel that you believe in your commitment as an artist.
This is one of the aspects we look for in our GUILD Members.
When one believes in himself the message is clear.  We are also interested in your "Manifesto" below.        
"It's about the fact that the art market is predicted to grow 3,5 times because of the Internet.
It's about my decision to stake everything on the internet.
It's about concentrating my efforts on the internet when it comes to sales.
It's about my decision to make new standards and challenge art traditions by
making my drafts on a computer and exhibit the drafts.
And insist upon that a computer is nothing but a new tool.
And insist upon that using a computer is as worthy as not doing it!!!
Worthier????" 
We would like to help you accomplish these things, and welcome you to
become a member of AGG. 
David Genovesi director
ARTROM GALLERY GUILD
International Society of Artists and Designers
Viale Carso, 71
Rome, Lazio,
Italy


Searching your web site I have to say that I AM IMPRESSED!!!
Absolute unique, dedicated, brilliant, excellent. I wish the see you.
Are you living outside Copenhagen?
Actually we are in Stockholm and London, we are passing throw Denmark in regular basis…

Anticipate thanks
Petru Russu
Editor and publisher
World Of Art Magazine
Stockholm
Mörbylund 19, 9tr, 182 30 Danderyd, Sweden
London
17 Ringwood Gardens, London, UK

Great, very interesting.
Your wide vision and conecting compex ideas in simple presentation are of high value.
You obsereve sights digest them and present them in colorful simple forms, have a quality of their own.
I wish you great success.
Today in India is Great Festival of Lights- Diwali,
On this occasion your paintings gave us enjoyment.
With regards,
O. P. Joshi,  Sociologist of art, Ph.D.
College of KISHANGARH  
Jaipur, Rajasthan
India

Highly original derivative, oxymoronic singularity, individually universal, satirical
chutzpah subversive hilarity. I am LOVING LONVIG
Florence Siegel
Boro of Queens
New York

Congratulations. Wonderful work!
Please, look my website: www.edprimo.hpg.com.br
Ed Primo
Sao Paulo
Brazil

”Dear Master Lonvig (but after reading your biography and seen your wonderful Art, your name should be
"Loving"), thank you for your interest in participating  in this Feast of Culture and Art.”,
“………..are you sure you are not Italian?”
“…..I have no words to tell you how much I enjoyed your art presentation you sent me. I can tell you it would be an honour for us to have your works with us…”
prof. Giancarlo Alu
director of Mantena Museum
director of Mondial Art and Culture
Rome
Italy

Dear Asbjorn,
your work is really great!!!
I have gone through your portfolio and your other links too!!!!
Wish you happy creations!!!

Prakash Deshmukh
Akola
India

I love your work!
I have added a link to your site too under "Creative People"
Francesca Judd
Auckland
New Zealand

I love your concept! Your art and your generosity of spirit.
 I am a concert pianist and am very committed to inner city kids in Hartford CT.
Sanda Schuldmann
Executive Director
Chamber Music Plus
Hartford
Connecticut
US

I'm writing to you to tell you I like your work....the way you express the synthesis is very interesting
By the way..im an argentinian artist, if you have a minute i invite you to visit my site
www.mariadelavega.com.ar
cordially

María de la Vega
Buenos Aires
Argentina


I'm speachless...wow you are creative and diligent:
o)....I like your stuff because the beauty is in simplicity..... Just a warm hello to Denmark from Germany
Best

Gudrun Ploetz
Bad Nauheim
Germany


Hello Asbjorn,
All of your art and specially the Lucca Project are superb works of fine art.
I have enjoyed your art works with a tremendous amount of enthusiasm.
Best from

Anton Vogels
Dulwich Hill,
Sydney
New South Wales
Australia


I was quite impressed with all the creativity here.
Keep up the good ART!
ART is needed everywhere.
Greetings from Portugal

Rod Costa
Portugal


Hello
I have just found your site and found it so refreshing,

as have been looking for ideas for some paintings for my granddaughters  baby's room,
and it has giving me some ideas and I just want to keep it simple, as I get older.
Less is more seems to be the answer , keep up the good work.
 regards
Lee Pennington
Painter
Tasmania
Australia

 
Thank you.

Your color and amazing simplicity inspire me so madly.
I'm looking for a brush now!
Incredible, quiet, moving, loud, and awesome!
Randy Jacobs
Dallas
Texas
US

Hello
I am a New York based artist. I work primarily in pastels, oils & watercolor.
I loved your web designs and art that I located through absolute arts! 
Is this to be another web magazine like absolute arts? 
Is it solely your own promotion?  It is GREAT!!!!  If it is ongoing, how do I subscribe? 
You have a linking option...I'm interested in it....please see my web site:
www.ellenfisch.com
I wish you much success!!!  Are you interested in a NY publisher....
I know of one who may be interested in your work....maybe
All the best for  wonderful holidays!
Happy painting,
Ellen Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College - MA in art from New York University
Long Island
New York
US

Dear Asbjorn
Thank you for making me your official NY fan club!! (but please spell my name correctly...Ellen Fisch )....
I love reading your Art Blogs and think that you are an art FORCE!! 
Not only does your work encourage others with its eneryg, beauty and aethetic sensibility, but your writing is wonderful!! 
Every time I go to your web site (often) I get a mega dose of art fuel!! 
You are THE BEST!!
Warm Regards,
Ellen
Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College
MA in art from New York University

Long Island
New York
US
PS I'm having a show of my work at the Jadite Gallery on West 50 Street in New York City. 
Opening is April 5.  If you are in New York, I hope you will stop by.  I would love to meet you in person!!


Dear Asbjorn:
Thanks for ordering another 25 artworks.  You account has been updated
to allow 75 artworks.  We are so glad you are excited about Gallery
Direct and decided to upgrade your account to allow display of more of
your genious artwork.
Dave Yelen
President and founder of Gallery Direct
Forty Fort
Pennsylvania
US

Hello,
I just like to congratulate you and thank you for the fantastic art work
that you have created and exhibited.
Keep on creating!!!
Best regards,
Paul Lionakis
Dover
Kent
UK


Dear Asbjorn Lonvig
Your website is truly colorful and fantastic!!
I entered the RSS in ArtistsBlog Headlines of artday.org.
Seiji Ueoka
Editor World ArtNews
Tokyo
Japan

I only have one word that best describes these books.
Awesome.
Thanks so much for the FREE downloads, they are very much appreciated.
Thanks,
Cecelia Routsaw
Grandmother of 15
Greenville
Michigan
US

Hi Asbjorn Lonvig
Thanks for forwarding – magnificent article… Thanks 

Bjarne Bækgaard
Communication manager
Aros Art Museum
Aarhus
Denmark


Hi, your work is very powerful.
Your writings and work are very impressive.

Diane Leon
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Arts at New York University
New York
US

Congratulations on your beautiful work.
You have been accepted.

Michael Jason
Manhattan Arts International
New York
US

Dear Asbjorn Lonvig,
The Staff at ARTROM Gallery has met to view your images.
We have also visited your websites and entered immediately into your world.
We are impressed with your ability to simplify a concept into an image and concentrate it,
to incude only what is necessary. In evaluating your work for its strong graphic content, we  became aware of the size of the originals; they are all quite large and are acrylic on canvas. 
In viewing your works we discussed not only their graphic content, but discussed them as paintings, as objects unto themselves. Knowing that the images exist somewhere as objects of that dimension is far different than looking at images stored in some computer, regardless of how they were created. One can appreciate the graphic illustrative/informative quality of an image on a computer screen, but it stops there, until you know more about the image as it exists in "real life",
and this adds another dimension to the work. It also adds credibility to the commitment the artist has made to the image.
We feel that you believe in your commitment as an artist.
This is one of the aspects we look for in our GUILD Members.
When one believes in himself the message is clear.  We are also interested in your "Manifesto" below.        
"It's about the fact that the art market is predicted to grow 3,5 times because of the Internet.
It's about my decision to stake everything on the internet.
It's about concentrating my efforts on the internet when it comes to sales.
It's about my decision to make new standards and challenge art traditions by
making my drafts on a computer and exhibit the drafts.
And insist upon that a computer is nothing but a new tool.
And insist upon that using a computer is as worthy as not doing it!!!
Worthier????" 
We would like to help you accomplish these things, and welcome you to
become a member of AGG. 
David Genovesi director
ARTROM GALLERY GUILD
International Society of Artists and Designers
Viale Carso, 71
Rome, Lazio,
Italy


Searching your web site I have to say that I AM IMPRESSED!!!
Absolute unique, dedicated, brilliant, excellent. I wish the see you.
Are you living outside Copenhagen?
Actually we are in Stockholm and London, we are passing throw Denmark in regular basis…

Anticipate thanks
Petru Russu
Editor and publisher
World Of Art Magazine
Stockholm
Mörbylund 19, 9tr, 182 30 Danderyd, Sweden
London
17 Ringwood Gardens, London, UK

Great, very interesting.
Your wide vision and conecting compex ideas in simple presentation are of high value.
You obsereve sights digest them and present them in colorful simple forms, have a quality of their own.
I wish you great success.
Today in India is Great Festival of Lights- Diwali,
On this occasion your paintings gave us enjoyment.
With regards,
O. P. Joshi,  Sociologist of art, Ph.D.
College of KISHANGARH  
Jaipur, Rajasthan
India

Highly original derivative, oxymoronic singularity, individually universal, satirical
chutzpah subversive hilarity. I am LOVING LONVIG
Florence Siegel
Boro of Queens
New York

Congratulations. Wonderful work!
Please, look my website: www.edprimo.hpg.com.br
Ed Primo
Sao Paulo
Brazil

”Dear Master Lonvig (but after reading your biography and seen your wonderful Art, your name should be
"Loving"), thank you for your interest in participating  in this Feast of Culture and Art.”,
“………..are you sure you are not Italian?”
“…..I have no words to tell you how much I enjoyed your art presentation you sent me. I can tell you it would be an honour for us to have your works with us…”
prof. Giancarlo Alu
director of Mantena Museum
director of Mondial Art and Culture
Rome
Italy

Dear Asbjorn,
your work is really great!!!
I have gone through your portfolio and your other links too!!!!
Wish you happy creations!!!

Prakash Deshmukh
Akola
India

I love your work!
I have added a link to your site too under "Creative People"
Francesca Judd
Auckland
New Zealand

I love your concept! Your art and your generosity of spirit.
 I am a concert pianist and am very committed to inner city kids in Hartford CT.
Sanda Schuldmann
Executive Director
Chamber Music Plus
Hartford
Connecticut
US

I'm writing to you to tell you I like your work....the way you express the synthesis is very interesting
By the way..im an argentinian artist, if you have a minute i invite you to visit my site
www.mariadelavega.com.ar
cordially

María de la Vega
Buenos Aires
Argentina


I'm speachless...wow you are creative and diligent:
o)....I like your stuff because the beauty is in simplicity..... Just a warm hello to Denmark from Germany
Best

Gudrun Ploetz
Bad Nauheim
Germany


Hello Asbjorn,
All of your art and specially the Lucca Project are superb works of fine art.
I have enjoyed your art works with a tremendous amount of enthusiasm.
Best from

Anton Vogels
Dulwich Hill,
Sydney
New South Wales
Australia


I was quite impressed with all the creativity here.
Keep up the good ART!
ART is needed everywhere.
Greetings from Portugal

Rod Costa
Portugal


Hello
I have just found your site and found it so refreshing,

as have been looking for ideas for some paintings for my granddaughters  baby's room,
and it has giving me some ideas and I just want to keep it simple, as I get older.
Less is more seems to be the answer , keep up the good work.
 regards
Lee Pennington
Painter
Tasmania
Australia

 
Thank you.

Your color and amazing simplicity inspire me so madly.
I'm looking for a brush now!
Incredible, quiet, moving, loud, and awesome!
Randy Jacobs
Dallas
Texas
US

Hello
I am a New York based artist. I work primarily in pastels, oils & watercolor.
I loved your web designs and art that I located through absolute arts! 
Is this to be another web magazine like absolute arts? 
Is it solely your own promotion?  It is GREAT!!!!  If it is ongoing, how do I subscribe? 
You have a linking option...I'm interested in it....please see my web site:
www.ellenfisch.com
I wish you much success!!!  Are you interested in a NY publisher....
I know of one who may be interested in your work....maybe
All the best for  wonderful holidays!
Happy painting,
Ellen Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College - MA in art from New York University
Long Island
New York
US

Highly original derivative, oxymoronic singularity, individually universal, satirical
chutzpah subversive hilarity. I am LOVING LONVIG
Florence Siegel
Boro of Queens
New York

Congratulations. Wonderful work!
Please, look my website: www.edprimo.hpg.com.br
Ed Primo
Sao Paulo
Brazil

”Dear Master Lonvig (but after reading your biography and seen your wonderful Art, your name should be
"Loving"), thank you for your interest in participating  in this Feast of Culture and Art.”,
“………..are you sure you are not Italian?”
“…..I have no words to tell you how much I enjoyed your art presentation you sent me. I can tell you it would be an honour for us to have your works with us…”
prof. Giancarlo Alu
director of Mantena Museum
director of Mondial Art and Culture
Rome
Italy

Dear Asbjorn,
your work is really great!!!
I have gone through your portfolio and your other links too!!!!
Wish you happy creations!!!

Prakash Deshmukh
Akola
India

I love your work!
I have added a link to your site too under "Creative People"
Francesca Judd
Auckland
New Zealand

I love your concept! Your art and your generosity of spirit.
 I am a concert pianist and am very committed to inner city kids in Hartford CT.
Sanda Schuldmann
Executive Director
Chamber Music Plus
Hartford
Connecticut
US

I'm writing to you to tell you I like your work....the way you express the synthesis is very interesting
By the way..im an argentinian artist, if you have a minute i invite you to visit my site
www.mariadelavega.com.ar
cordially

María de la Vega
Buenos Aires
Argentina


I'm speachless...wow you are creative and diligent:
o)....I like your stuff because the beauty is in simplicity..... Just a warm hello to Denmark from Germany
Best

Gudrun Ploetz
Bad Nauheim
Germany


Hello Asbjorn,
All of your art and specially the Lucca Project are superb works of fine art.
I have enjoyed your art works with a tremendous amount of enthusiasm.
Best from

Anton Vogels
Dulwich Hill,
Sydney
New South Wales
Australia


I was quite impressed with all the creativity here.
Keep up the good ART!
ART is needed everywhere.
Greetings from Portugal

Rod Costa
Portugal


Hello
I have just found your site and found it so refreshing,

as have been looking for ideas for some paintings for my granddaughters  baby's room,
and it has giving me some ideas and I just want to keep it simple, as I get older.
Less is more seems to be the answer , keep up the good work.
 regards
Lee Pennington
Painter
Tasmania
Australia

 
Thank you.

Your color and amazing simplicity inspire me so madly.
I'm looking for a brush now!
Incredible, quiet, moving, loud, and awesome!
Randy Jacobs
Dallas
Texas
US

Hello
I am a New York based artist. I work primarily in pastels, oils & watercolor.
I loved your web designs and art that I located through absolute arts! 
Is this to be another web magazine like absolute arts? 
Is it solely your own promotion?  It is GREAT!!!!  If it is ongoing, how do I subscribe? 
You have a linking option...I'm interested in it....please see my web site:
www.ellenfisch.com
I wish you much success!!!  Are you interested in a NY publisher....
I know of one who may be interested in your work....maybe
All the best for  wonderful holidays!
Happy painting,
Ellen Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College - MA in art from New York University
Long Island
New York
US

Dear Asbjorn
Thank you for making me your official NY fan club!! (but please spell my name correctly...Ellen Fisch )....
I love reading your Art Blogs and think that you are an art FORCE!! 
Not only does your work encourage others with its eneryg, beauty and aethetic sensibility, but your writing is wonderful!! 
Every time I go to your web site (often) I get a mega dose of art fuel!! 
You are THE BEST!!
Warm Regards,
Ellen
Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College
MA in art from New York University

Long Island
New York
US
PS I'm having a show of my work at the Jadite Gallery on West 50 Street in New York City. 
Opening is April 5.  If you are in New York, I hope you will stop by.  I would love to meet you in person!!


Dear Asbjorn:
Thanks for ordering another 25 artworks.  You account has been updated
to allow 75 artworks.  We are so glad you are excited about Gallery
Direct and decided to upgrade your account to allow display of more of
your genious artwork.
Dave Yelen
President and founder of Gallery Direct
Forty Fort
Pennsylvania
US

Hello,
I just like to congratulate you and thank you for the fantastic art work
that you have created and exhibited.
Keep on creating!!!
Best regards,
Paul Lionakis
Dover
Kent
UK


Dear Asbjorn Lonvig
Your website is truly colorful and fantastic!!
I entered the RSS in ArtistsBlog Headlines of artday.org.
Seiji Ueoka
Editor World ArtNews
Tokyo
Japan

I only have one word that best describes these books.
Awesome.
Thanks so much for the FREE downloads, they are very much appreciated.
Thanks,
Cecelia Routsaw
Grandmother of 15
Greenville
Michigan
US

Hi Asbjorn Lonvig
Thanks for forwarding – magnificent article… Thanks 

Bjarne Bækgaard
Communication manager
Aros Art Museum
Aarhus
Denmark


Hi, your work is very powerful.
Your writings and work are very impressive.

Diane Leon
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Arts at New York University
New York
US

Congratulations on your beautiful work.
You have been accepted.

Michael Jason
Manhattan Arts International
New York
US

mann
Executive Director
Chamber Music Plus
Hartford
Connecticut
US

I'm writing to you to tell you I like your work....the way you express the synthesis is very interesting
By the way..im an argentinian artist, if you have a minute i invite you to visit my site
www.mariadelavega.com.ar
cordially

María de la Vega
Buenos Aires
Argentina


I'm speachless...wow you are creative and diligent:
o)....I like your stuff because the beauty is in simplicity..... Just a warm hello to Denmark from Germany
Best

Gudrun Ploetz
Bad Nauheim
Germany






The East and Far East Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The East and Far East Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The East and Far East Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The East and Far East Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The East and Far East Collection
 The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The East and Far East Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The East and Far East Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The East and Far East Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection