"Henrik Ibsen" (1910')

Real photo card, publisher unknown. Depicting Henrik Ibsen (1882-1906), famous Norwegian playwright. In 1862, he was exiled to Italy, where he wrote the tragedy Brand. In 1868, Ibsen moved to Germany, where he wrote one of his most famous works: the play A Doll's House. In 1890, he wrote Hedda Gabler, creating one of theater's most notorious characters. By 1891, Ibsen had returned to Norway a literary hero. He died on May 23, 1906, in Oslo, Norway.

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Item ID: PO-2372

"Henrik Ibsen" (1910')

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