“StormP.’shumour speaks tomostDanes, and his art offers a unique insight into the Danish humour tradition. Even though he is best known for his humour, he was so much more than a traditional newspaper cartoonist; he had a profoundly international outlook, and he was particularly inspired by the United States, France and Germany. He was very open-minded and well-versed in art and culture, and there was often a philosophical twist to both his paintings and his humour,” says Nikolaj Brandt, curator at The Storm P. Museum.

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