27 May 1896|
|Died||3 September 1937(aged 41)|
Henrik Grevenor (27 May 1896 – 3 September 1937) was a Norwegian art historian. He was born in Stavanger; the son of Gustav Andreas Michaelsen and Karin Rønneberg. He was married to dancer Inga Jacobi. His thesis from 1928, Norsk malerkunst under renessanse og barokk 1550–1700, is regarded a fundamental work in the history of Norwegian art. Among his orther works are Fra laugstiden i Norge from 1924, and monographies of Jean Heiberg from 1933, and of Mathias Stoltenberg from 1935.
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