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ered" Skagen.
It was a fishing coast like any
of the others along the coast of
Jutland. Enduring people lived
among the sand dunes. and not‘
only the fishing industry offered
dangers and unusual severe work;
it was especially the life saving
tasks that demanded wills of steel.
Whenever the signal was given.
the men rushed for the boats in
order to try to save human lives
from the stranded vessels. It had
been that way for ages. and it
was considered a very good thing
we had these life saving crews—-
gthat's all the're was about that.
I But then. 75 years ago, Holgerl
Drachmann came to the Skag. andi
it did not take long before hel
made the sandy peninsula famous!
‘On his trait came other artists,!
the painters Michael and Anna"
Ancher, P. S. Kroyer. Tuxen.‘
Brondum and their friends. Thus
‘the rest of Denmark awoke to a!
irealization of the Skag and its!
lmeaning. We now all remember,
iMichael Ancher's and Kroyer‘s
brilliant paintings of Skag fisher-l
‘men or the canvasses “the life‘
saving boat goes to sea." Fisher- 1
men in oil coats and southwesters. :
People started to spend their Va?
|cations at the Skag and more and
lmore artists made their way up
i there.
N Now followed some jolly days atl
,the Skag, for Crachmann' and the i
[other artists lead on in fellowship!
and happy festivals. One might
lcall it the era of the noble hour-Ii
lgogne—that festive wine which?
liDrachmann always drank and
‘iwihch came into usage among
“artists. The fishermen of course
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kept aloof from all this high life -
they just attended to their danger
ous tasks. but they were neverthe
less “in style" because they were
frequently painted and so were
1their wives and children so that
conditions changed for them all.
And this idyl lasted until the start
of the first world war.
During that war the Skag had :1
new boom—~it became a modern
bathing resort. The hotels were
filled with goulash aristocrats,
and excesses and excentricities be
came the goal. The hotels sparkled
in illumination and in gold and
everything that was but expensive,
at once became also lovely. Cham—
pagne was the daily drink and the
foam at the old Skag was not only
the salty spray of the waveswit
also came out of the dusty wine
cellars, as the author, John Fraen
kel so fittingly has remarked.
After the war people grew more
sedate; it was the more solid bour—
goise and the sports enthusiasts
who took over at the Skag and
lemonade came into use.
The second world war brought
the Germans to the Skag‘ with
“Blut und Eisen" in theory as well
as practice. There was barbod
wire. barriers. foreclosures, occu
pation of the hotels. dinners for
officers. Now the bitter Rhine
wine was introduced.
Just now the Skag is about to
again find itself somehow. The
fishermen are prosperous and ev
erything has grown. including the
earnings. the town itself. the pop
ulation and the demand. The old
fishing hamlet has grown to be a
modern business center.-There are
6.000 inhabitants and the ever
developing outer harbor is to be
again enlarged. The fishermen
‘claim that even the sandy tip
{reaching out into the North Sea
has grown; at any rate they have
had to move their fishing nets
further out into the sea.
But these fishermen have not
gained their prosperity while
lasleep. They wage a continuous
[battle against the elements even
iif their boats are now equipped
Iwith complicated machinery and
isome wonderful technical improve
;ments. Even when they are out at
isea they can telephone home and
hear the daily news. Yet it is as
§ever the efforts of the man that
prevails. and thereIis not time for

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