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tove jansson

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TOVE JANSSON  View to the Balcony (1961). Tove Marika Jansson was a Swedish-speaking Finnish novelist, painter, illustrator and comic strip author

TOVE JANSSON View to the Balcony (1961). Tove Marika Jansson was a Swedish-speaking Finnish novelist, painter, illustrator and comic strip author

Tove Jansson  -  Still Life    1955 *** http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tove_Jansson

Tove Jansson - Still Life 1955 *** http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tove_Jansson

A family portrait painted by Tove Jansson, depicting her family during the tense war period. Her mother sits to the far left, and her father stands in the background on the right. Her brothers sit in the foreground. Tove herself stands in the centre but in the background. The atmosphere is somber; everyone looks in different directions.

A family portrait painted by Tove Jansson, depicting her family during the tense war period. Her mother sits to the far left, and her father stands in the background on the right. Her brothers sit in the foreground. Tove herself stands in the centre but in the background. The atmosphere is somber; everyone looks in different directions.

Helsinki City Hall, restaurant Kaupunginkellari. Tove Jansson and Niilo Suihko painting the fresco Party in the Countryside.

Helsinki City Hall, restaurant Kaupunginkellari. Tove Jansson and Niilo Suihko painting the fresco Party in the Countryside.

Tove Jansson self portrait

Tove Jansson self portrait

Tove Jansson, Helsingistä

Tove Jansson, Helsingistä

Tove Jansson

Tove Jansson

"And now came the day in November when everything in Mari's studio was to be rehung, rearranged, renewed, and given a completely new significance." Quote from "Fair Play" by Tove Jansson, Published in the UK by Sort of Books (www.sortof.co.uk/books/fair-play/), and in the US by NYRB Classics (www.nybooks.com/books/imprints/classics/fair-play/)

"And now came the day in November when everything in Mari's studio was to be rehung, rearranged, renewed, and given a completely new significance." Quote from "Fair Play" by Tove Jansson, Published in the UK by Sort of Books (www.sortof.co.uk/books/fair-play/), and in the US by NYRB Classics (www.nybooks.com/books/imprints/classics/fair-play/)

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