Birger Sandzen was one of Americas most loved and highest acclaimed oil painters. The Sandzen staff believes that he had completed more than 2600 amazing paintings during his lifetime. Birger Sandzen tiniest artworks were olny about 4 x 6 inches and some of Birger Sandzen largest, a painting of a religious altar, larger than 14 x 12 feet. The landscape of Kansas was what Birger Sandzen’s loved to paint the most, especially the riverbanks, rocky pastures and old forgotten pioneer homes. His greatest excitement was when he was in Colorado and gazed upon the the mighty rock formations of the Southwest. Birger Sandzen also got enjoyment from painting floral still lifes and portraits.
Timberline Pines Pikes Peak 1923
Stockholm River Scene
Lake in Sweden – 1905
Glimpse of the Grand Canyon 1918
Garden of the Gods
Lake at Sunset