Sam Vanni, 1984, litografia, 61x44 cm, edition EA - Hagelstam A141
Sam Vanni (1908-1992) was a Finnish painter of Jewish origin. He is considered to be the pioneer of abstract art in Finland. In the 1940s Vanni started to move towards more abstract art. He was especially influenced by French artists like Henri Matisse and Pierre Bonnard. Sam Vanni was an active painter until his death in 1992. He was awarded by the Pro Finlandia and invited in the Academy of Finland in 1964.
Sam Vanni, 1988, litografia, 61x41 cm, edition TP - Hagelstam A141
Sam Vanni (1908-1992)*
Sam Vanni: Marraskuun sommitelma, öljy, 1958, 76 x 124 cm. Hagelstam.
Sam Vanni, öljy kankaalle, 130x97 cm - Hagelstam A148
Sam Vanni: Luonnos, öljy, ei sign., 65x50 cm - Hagelstam 5/2016
Sam Vanni: Ruber, 1954, öljy ja tempera kankaalle, 130 cm x 81 cm, Ateneumin…