Finnish Fine Art

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FINLAND // Finland’s Down-to-Earth Tragicomedy at the Venice Biennale // Sprawled over both the Finnish and the Nordic Pavilions, with two distinct solo shows, Laitinen and Haapoja present Falling Trees, a dynamic exploration of art and nature.

Finland’s Down-to-Earth Tragicomedy at the Venice Biennale

FINLAND // Finland’s Down-to-Earth Tragicomedy at the Venice Biennale // Sprawled over both the Finnish and the Nordic Pavilions, with two distinct solo shows, Laitinen and Haapoja present Falling Trees, a dynamic exploration of art and nature.

Finland at the Venice Biennale 2013

Finland at the Venice Biennale 2013

Tom of Finland

Tom of Finland

Tom of Finland

Tom of Finland

tom of finland

tom of finland

Akseli Gallen-Kallela: Palokärki, 1892-94

Akseli Gallen-Kallela: Palokärki, 1892-94

Finnish art..Neiet niemien nenissä  Pekka Halonen oil  1895

Finnish art..Neiet niemien nenissä Pekka Halonen oil 1895

Ellen Thesleff 1869- From 1885 to 1894  She studied at Adolf von Becker's private academy, the drawing school of the Finnish Art Society, Gunnar Fredrik Berndtson's school and in Paris at the Académie Colarossi. She became a member of a group of Finnish artists influenced by the Symbolist movement in Paris. She travelled widely and exhibited works in various countries, including Sweden, Russia, Italy and Norway. She died in Helsinki in 1952.

Ellen Thesleff 1869- From 1885 to 1894 She studied at Adolf von Becker's private academy, the drawing school of the Finnish Art Society, Gunnar Fredrik Berndtson's school and in Paris at the Académie Colarossi. She became a member of a group of Finnish artists influenced by the Symbolist movement in Paris. She travelled widely and exhibited works in various countries, including Sweden, Russia, Italy and Norway. She died in Helsinki in 1952.

The Art of Love - painted by Albert Edelfelt 1854-1905 (Finnish artist)

The Art of Love - painted by Albert Edelfelt 1854-1905 (Finnish artist)

Hugo Simberg (1873 – 1917, Finnish)

Hugo Simberg (1873 – 1917, Finnish)

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