Art of Hugo Simberg

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The French Symbolists, as defined by the Symbolist Manifesto (1886) were poets, writers, and artists who believed in the elusive nature of Idea. They draped it, like ghosts with sheets, so that it might be seen obliquely. They presented phenomena in a way that pointed toward Primordial, Esoteric Truths. Hugo Simberg was a Finnish artist of the late 19th and early 20th century. He was directly associated with the symbolist movement.
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Hugo Simberg - Pelko metsässä (The fear of the woods) - 1896

Hugo Simberg - Pelko metsässä (The fear of the woods) - 1896

Hugo Simberg - Väinämöinen and Ikiturso, 1897

Hugo Simberg - Väinämöinen and Ikiturso, 1897

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, Fairy Tale, Made of Etching (1897)

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, Fairy Tale, Made of Etching (1897)

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, Man and two devils in the woods, Made of Drawing (1898)

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, Man and two devils in the woods, Made of Drawing (1898)

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, Poor Devil and the Twins, Made of Drypoint, etching and drypoint.  (1898)

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, Poor Devil and the Twins, Made of Drypoint, etching and drypoint. (1898)

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, PIRU KAIVOSSA, Made of soft ground and etching

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, PIRU KAIVOSSA, Made of soft ground and etching

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, ENKELIN SIIPIÄ KYNITÄÄN, Made of soft ground and etching

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, ENKELIN SIIPIÄ KYNITÄÄN, Made of soft ground and etching

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, JUHANNUSKOKKO, Made of oil on canvas

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, JUHANNUSKOKKO, Made of oil on canvas

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, Two Churches, Made of etching

Artwork by Hugo Simberg, Two Churches, Made of etching

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