Nebelong, Niels Sigfried
His brother, Johan Henrik Nebelong (1817–71) followed his stylistic development. Resident in Norway (1840–53), he designed the Royal Summer Residence, Oscarshall in Bygdøy, Oslo (1847–52—Neo-Gothic with Classical interiors), and many public and private buildings. After he returned to Denmark he collaborated with Bindesbøll in the design of the mental-hospital at Oringe (1853–7).
Wasmuth (ed.) (1995)
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