Pekka Halonen

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Pekka Halonen: 'The Fisherman', 1928

Pekka Halonen: 'The Fisherman', 1928

Pekka Halonen: Evening Mood, 1896.

Pekka Halonen: Evening Mood, 1896.

Pekka Halonen, Syyskesällä, 1892, The Life and Art of Pekka Halonen - http://www.alternativefinland.com/art-pekka-halonen/

Pekka Halonen, Syyskesällä, 1892, The Life and Art of Pekka Halonen - http://www.alternativefinland.com/art-pekka-halonen/

Pekka Halonen: Pyykinhuuhtoja 1906

Pekka Halonen: Pyykinhuuhtoja 1906

PEKKA HALONEN Autumn (1901)

PEKKA HALONEN Autumn (1901)

Pekka Halonen (Finnish, 1865-1933), Kesäurheilua [Summer sports], 1922. Oil on canvas. Rauman taidemuseo, Rauman.

Pekka Halonen (Finnish, 1865-1933), Kesäurheilua [Summer sports], 1922. Oil on canvas. Rauman taidemuseo, Rauman.

Pekka Halonen Auringonlasku Tuusulanjärvellä [Sunset at Lake Tuusula], 1902

Pekka Halonen Auringonlasku Tuusulanjärvellä [Sunset at Lake Tuusula], 1902

Pekka Halonen – Boat tarring 1908 (oil) (from On the Shores of the Lake @ Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki). See my exhibition review on sixeyedcat.wordpress.com

Pekka Halonen – Boat tarring 1908 (oil) (from On the Shores of the Lake @ Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki). See my exhibition review on sixeyedcat.wordpress.com

Pekka Halonen (1865-1933) Oijustie / The Short-Cut 1892 - Finland

Pekka Halonen (1865-1933) Oijustie / The Short-Cut 1892 - Finland

Juho Rissanen: The Fortune-Teller, 1899. #Ateneum Art Museum. Juho Rissanen was one of the first Finnish painters, whose parents were servants. At that time artists usually came from gentry. Models for this painting came from Antikkala house in Kuopio. Topic was international as hand reading wasn't appreciated locally due to religious reasons. It was one of two paintings (the other being Blind, 1899) by Juho Rissanen to be featured at Exposition #Universelle 1900 aka the World's Fair in…

Juho Rissanen: The Fortune-Teller, 1899. #Ateneum Art Museum. Juho Rissanen was one of the first Finnish painters, whose parents were servants. At that time artists usually came from gentry. Models for this painting came from Antikkala house in Kuopio. Topic was international as hand reading wasn't appreciated locally due to religious reasons. It was one of two paintings (the other being Blind, 1899) by Juho Rissanen to be featured at Exposition #Universelle 1900 aka the World's Fair in…

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