Albert Gustaf Aristides Edelfelt (21 July 1854 – 18 August 1905) was a Swedish-speaking Finnish painter. Albert Edelfelt was born in Porvoo, Finland. His father Carl Albert was an architect. He studied art in Antwerp (1873–1874), Paris (1874–1878) and Saint Petersburg (1881–1882). He married Baroness Ellan de la Chapelle in 1888 and they had one child. Edelfelt was one of the first Finnish artists to achieve international fame. He was one of the founders of the Realist art movement in Finland.
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Albert Edelfelt

Albert Edelfelt , finnish painter pioneer of realist art

Albert Edelfelt

Girl with a Rake study for August ; Girl with Rake, by ALBERT EDELFELT - oil on wood - - Haravatyttö luonnos - Ateneumin taidemuseo

Albert Edelfelt

Albert Edelfelt: "Ellan Edelfelt and Emilie von Etter in Cannes" 1892 Finland

Edelfelt, Albert (1854-1905) - 1900 March of the People from Pori by RasMarley, via Flickr

“Porilaisten marssi” (Finnish Soldiers in the war of by Albert Edelfelt. The war was fought between Sweden and Russia and as a result, the eastern third of Sweden was established as the autonomous Grand Duchy of Finland within the Russian Empire.

The Duchess April 25, 2014

dailymail: Cambridge Royal Tour-Day Canberra, Australia, April Duchess of Cambridge attended Anzac Day services at the War Memorial in Canberra.

Edelfelt Albert maalasi tässä meidän lähellä Kesät Porvoon Haikkoossa. Näkymä on Tolkkisten lahdelle päin.

Albert Edelfelt: "Leikkiviä poikia rannalla" (Boys Playing on the Shore), Oil on canvas, Dimensions: 90 × cm, current location: Museum Ateneum (Helsinki).

Edelfelt, Albert  In the Drawing Room at Haikko, study, 1888

Albert Gustaf Aristides Edelfelt (Finnish painter), 1854 - 1905 In the Drawing Room at Haikko, study, 1888 oil on canvas x 53 cm.

Al piano (1884), obra del pintor naturalista   finlandés Albert Edelfelt (1854-1905).

Playing the Piano. Albert Edelfelt (Finnish, Academic, Oil on canvas. As the lady plays, the gentleman turns the sheet music and holds the pages in place.