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Aino Sibelius (née järnefelt) 1871-1969 wife of Jean Sibelius

Aino Sibelius (née järnefelt) 1871-1969 wife of Jean Sibelius

pekka halonen: halosenniemi [1908]

pekka halonen: halosenniemi [1908]

Pekka Halonen

Pekka Halonen

Girl Reading (1918). Pekka Halonen (Finnish, 1865-1933). For Halonen the views near Halosenniemi became an inexhaustible source of inspiration for his art. Many of his paintings depict simple scenes from his everyday surroundings. In Tuusula Halonen had a wide circle of artist friends and relatives which provided him with a daily source of social and cultural stimulation.

Girl Reading (1918). Pekka Halonen (Finnish, 1865-1933). For Halonen the views near Halosenniemi became an inexhaustible source of inspiration for his art. Many of his paintings depict simple scenes from his everyday surroundings. In Tuusula Halonen had a wide circle of artist friends and relatives which provided him with a daily source of social and cultural stimulation.

pekka halonen | Tumblr

pekka halonen | Tumblr

Ainola - Aino ja Jean Sibeliuksen koti, valm. 1902, kuva n. 1910-luvulta. Järvenpää. Ainola, home of composer Jean Sibelius, built 1902, photo c. 1910's. Järvenpää, Finland

Ainola - Aino ja Jean Sibeliuksen koti, valm. 1902, kuva n. 1910-luvulta. Järvenpää. Ainola, home of composer Jean Sibelius, built 1902, photo c. 1910's. Järvenpää, Finland

Pekka Halonen (Finnish, 1865-1933), Talvimaisema, 1919. Oil on canvas, 35.5 x 28.5 cm (14 x 11.2 in). Hermitage, St. Petersburg.  For more Fine Arts follow galerie mARTin.

Pekka Halonen (Finnish, 1865-1933), Talvimaisema, 1919. Oil on canvas, 35.5 x 28.5 cm (14 x 11.2 in). Hermitage, St. Petersburg. For more Fine Arts follow galerie mARTin.

PEKKA HALONEN From Sarvikallio (1916)

PEKKA HALONEN From Sarvikallio (1916)

Les étoiles d'ArtLubie: LES PARADIS DE PEKKA HALONEN

Les étoiles d'ArtLubie: LES PARADIS DE PEKKA HALONEN

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