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Tommi Toija , Yksin

Tommi Toija , Yksin

Elin Kleopatra Danielson-Gambogi (Finnish painter, 1861-1919) Self Portrait. Danielson-Gambogi belonged to the 1st generation of Finnish women artists who received professional education in art. Having studied together in Helsinki at the Art School of the Finnish Art Society, these artists are often collectively referred to in Finnish art history as the "painter sisters generation." - Finland

Elin Kleopatra Danielson-Gambogi (Finnish painter, 1861-1919) Self Portrait. Danielson-Gambogi belonged to the 1st generation of Finnish women artists who received professional education in art. Having studied together in Helsinki at the Art School of the Finnish Art Society, these artists are often collectively referred to in Finnish art history as the "painter sisters generation." - Finland

Dolores, 1881 Albert Edelfelt (1854-1905)

Dolores, 1881 Albert Edelfelt (1854-1905)

7. Helene Schjerfbeck + Omakuvat

7. Helene Schjerfbeck + Omakuvat

Albert Edelfelt (1854-1905) Kaukolanharju auringonlaskun aikaan / Kaukola Ridge at Sunset 1889 - Finland

Albert Edelfelt (1854-1905) Kaukolanharju auringonlaskun aikaan / Kaukola Ridge at Sunset 1889 - Finland

Franck, KajManufacturer: Nuutajärvi Designed in: 1962   In production: 1962-1965

Franck, KajManufacturer: Nuutajärvi Designed in: 1962 In production: 1962-1965

the spirit of the bear  "In Finnish mythology Otso, Ohto, Kontio, metsän kuningas (the king of the forest), and mesikämmen (honeypaws) are some of the many rarely uttered circumlocutory epithets for the spirit that was never directly named. Generally, the spirit of the bear was referred to as friend, brother,uncle, or forestcousin, or ways were thought up that would bypass the need to refer to the spirit at all, even indirectly."

the spirit of the bear "In Finnish mythology Otso, Ohto, Kontio, metsän kuningas (the king of the forest), and mesikämmen (honeypaws) are some of the many rarely uttered circumlocutory epithets for the spirit that was never directly named. Generally, the spirit of the bear was referred to as friend, brother,uncle, or forestcousin, or ways were thought up that would bypass the need to refer to the spirit at all, even indirectly."

Hugo Simberg - Haavoittunut enkeli, 1903. Tämä maalaus seikkailee myös Nightwishin "Amaranth"-musavideossa

Hugo Simberg - Haavoittunut enkeli, 1903. Tämä maalaus seikkailee myös Nightwishin "Amaranth"-musavideossa

Mother and Child by Edelfelt - Blanka Namurilainen – Wikipedia

Mother and Child by Edelfelt - Blanka Namurilainen – Wikipedia

Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865-1931) Lehmä ja poika / Cow and Boy 1885 - Finland - Finnish cow

Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865-1931) Lehmä ja poika / Cow and Boy 1885 - Finland - Finnish cow

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