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Carnations in a Glass of Water - Helene Schjerfbeck 1888 Finnish Oil on mahogany. Still Life Painting, Female Painters, Art Painting, Painter, Drawings, Artist, Still Life Art, Painting, Schjerfbeck

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Helene Schjerfbeck “Carnations in a Glass of Water"

Helene Schjerfbeck "Self Portrait" Oil on canvas. Collection Ateneum Art Museum, Helsinki This is a early self-portrait of Helene Schjerfbeck that will serve as a comparison study to her later works. Art Gallery, Nordic Art, Helene Schjerfbeck, History Painting, Portrait Images, Painter, Portraiture, Self Portrait, Female Artists

Schjerfbeck, Helene (1862-1946) - 1884 Self-Portrait

Oil on canvas. Helene Schjerfbeck was a Finnish painter. She is most widely known for her realist works and self-portraits, and less well known for her landscapes and still lifes. Throughout her long life, her work changed dramatically. "Her work starts with a dazzlingly skilled, somewhat melancholic version of late-19th-century academic realism…it ends with distilled, nearly abstract images in which pure paint and cryptic description are held in perfect balance." (Roberta Smith, New York…

Suomen kuvataiteen kultakausi by Jukka Melaranta via slideshare Finland, Art History, Classroom, Teaching, School, Artist, Class Room, Learning, Education
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Suomen kuvataiteen kultakausi

Suomen kuvataiteen kultakausi 1880-1910

Palokärki The Great Black Woodpecker Akseli Gallen-Kallela oil 1892 private collection Palokärki was painted near Lake Paanajärvi. The great black woodpecker was a symbol of loneliness and freedom for the artist. Gallen-Kallela described the. Nordic Art, Landscape Paintings, Scandinavian Paintings, Photo, Fine Art, Painting, Art, Pictures, Landscape Art

Design in Art: Emphasis, Variety and Unity

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