Tróndur Patursson (born March 1, 1944 in Kirkjubøur) is a Faroese painter, sculptor, glass artist and adventurer. He was educated in Norway and was initially a sculptor. He has since become better known as a painter and glass artist. In February 2013 Patursson had an art exhibition at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; it was an installation called “Migration,” featuring approximately 90 of his trademark stained glass birds in the Grand Foyer windows throughout Nordic Cool 2013. The exhibition was a part of the Nordic Cool 2013.

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  • Tróndur Sverri Patursson (* 1. März 1944 in Kirkjubøur) ist ein färöischer Künstler, der auch als Abenteurer von sich reden machte, welcher zusammen mit dem Iren Tim Severin wortwörtlich alle Sieben Weltmeere befuhr. Neben seinen abstrakten Gemälden und Skulpturen gelten besonders seine Glasmalereien nicht nur auf den Färöern als besonders bedeutungsvoll, sondern auch in Dänemark, wo er hohe Anerkennung genießt. Sein Hauptwerk ist die komplette Innenausstattung und Glasmalerei der Kirche von Gøta, an der er 1991 bis 1994 gearbeitet hat. Königin Margrethe von Dänemark ließ es sich nicht nehmen, der Einweihung persönlich beizuwohnen. (de)
  • Tróndur Patursson, nacido el 1 de marzo de 1944 en Kirkjubøur, es un pintor, escultor y vidriero feroés. Fue formado en Noruega e inicialmente trabajó como escultor. Postyerioormente ha sido más reconocido como pintor y artista vidriero . (es)
  • Educato in Norvegia, iniziò la sua carriera con la scultura ma successivamente si concentrò nella pittura e nella lavorazione del vetro. Suo soggetto ricorrente sono le vedute di rocce ed acque dei monti e dell'oceano che circondano il suo luogo di nascita, a cui è tuttora molto legato. Caratteristica della sua pittura è il grande uso di colori per la rappresentazione di tali paesaggi. Trondur Patersson vive tuttora nelle Fær Øer. (it)
  • Tróndur Patursson (Kirkjubøur, 1 maart 1944) is een Faeröers tekenaar, beeldhouwer, glasartiest en avonturier. Patursson heeft een kunstopleiding gedaan in Noorwegen. Patursson staat vooral bekend om zijn glassculpturen en gebrandschilderd glas. Er zijn verschillende kunstwerken uit zijn oeuvre afgebeeld op postzegels van de Faeröer. In 2013 heeft Patursson een tentoonstelling gegeven in het John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. De opstelling genaamd 'Migration' was onderdeel van de Nordic Cool 2013. (nl)
  • Tróndur Patursson (born March 1, 1944 in Kirkjubøur) is a Faroese painter, sculptor, glass artist and adventurer. He was educated in Norway and was initially a sculptor. He has since become better known as a painter and glass artist. In February 2013 Patursson had an art exhibition at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; it was an installation called “Migration,” featuring approximately 90 of his trademark stained glass birds in the Grand Foyer windows throughout Nordic Cool 2013. The exhibition was a part of the Nordic Cool 2013. In 1976 he joined Tim Severin in a transatlantic voyage in a replica 6th century leather-hulled curragh named Brendan. The boat was named for the Irish monk Saint Brendan who was said to have made the same voyage centuries before the Vikings and Christopher Columbus. Paturrson joined Brendon when it arrived in the Faroe Islands and replaced another crewman. Paturrson's home was at Brandonvik, the Viking name for Brendan's Creek. (en)
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  • Tróndur Patursson, nacido el 1 de marzo de 1944 en Kirkjubøur, es un pintor, escultor y vidriero feroés. Fue formado en Noruega e inicialmente trabajó como escultor. Postyerioormente ha sido más reconocido como pintor y artista vidriero . (es)
  • Educato in Norvegia, iniziò la sua carriera con la scultura ma successivamente si concentrò nella pittura e nella lavorazione del vetro. Suo soggetto ricorrente sono le vedute di rocce ed acque dei monti e dell'oceano che circondano il suo luogo di nascita, a cui è tuttora molto legato. Caratteristica della sua pittura è il grande uso di colori per la rappresentazione di tali paesaggi. Trondur Patersson vive tuttora nelle Fær Øer. (it)
  • Tróndur Patursson (Kirkjubøur, 1 maart 1944) is een Faeröers tekenaar, beeldhouwer, glasartiest en avonturier. Patursson heeft een kunstopleiding gedaan in Noorwegen. Patursson staat vooral bekend om zijn glassculpturen en gebrandschilderd glas. Er zijn verschillende kunstwerken uit zijn oeuvre afgebeeld op postzegels van de Faeröer. In 2013 heeft Patursson een tentoonstelling gegeven in het John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. De opstelling genaamd 'Migration' was onderdeel van de Nordic Cool 2013. (nl)
  • Tróndur Sverri Patursson (* 1. März 1944 in Kirkjubøur) ist ein färöischer Künstler, der auch als Abenteurer von sich reden machte, welcher zusammen mit dem Iren Tim Severin wortwörtlich alle Sieben Weltmeere befuhr. (de)
  • Tróndur Patursson (born March 1, 1944 in Kirkjubøur) is a Faroese painter, sculptor, glass artist and adventurer. He was educated in Norway and was initially a sculptor. He has since become better known as a painter and glass artist. In February 2013 Patursson had an art exhibition at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; it was an installation called “Migration,” featuring approximately 90 of his trademark stained glass birds in the Grand Foyer windows throughout Nordic Cool 2013. The exhibition was a part of the Nordic Cool 2013. (en)
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