Hans Peder Pedersen-Dan (1859–1939) was a Danish sculptor.
Early life and education
Back in Denmark, Pedersen-Dans created a number of well-known sculptures. These include the Little Horn-Blower at City Hall Square in Copenhagen (bronze, 1899), the four granite elephants of the Elephant Gate at the Ny Carlsberg brewery in Valby (1901) and a statue of Ogier the Dane for the romantic gardens at Marienlyst House (bronze 1907). The latter was later re-cast in artificial stone at placed in the dungeons underneath Kronborg Castle.
Pedersen-Dan was married to Johanne Pedersen-Dan (1860–1934) who was an actress before she also turned to sculpturing, in 1888, training under Stephan Sinding. The couple adopted a girl, Rigmor. They lived in Hvirovre Rytterskole in Hvidovre from 1912.
- Michael Drewsen, Silkeborg, (1892)
- The Little Horn-Blower, City Hall Square, Copenhagen (1899)
- Carlsberg Elephants, Carlsberg, Copenhagen (1901)
- Hans Rostgaard, Krogerup Højskole, Helsingør (1904)
- Holger Danske, Kronborg Castle / Skjern (1907)
- A Mother, Hvidovre, Copenhagen (bronze, 1908)
- Christian IX, Nyborg, Denmark (bronze, 1908)
- Christian IX, Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen (marble, 1908)
- Monument to Danish World War I Volunteers, Rueil-Malmaison, France
- Ismael, Aarhus (1934)
- Toftemark , Eva: Hyldest til en moder : billedhuggeren H.P. Pedersen-Dan og hans kunst (48 pages)
- "H.P. Pedersen-Dan" (in Danish). Gyldendal. Retrieved 2012-05-17.