Hugo Simberg

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Death Listens by Hugo Simberg on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Henri Rousseau, Henri Matisse, August Sander, Danse Macabre, Surrealism Painting, Digital Museum, Francisco Goya, Scandinavian Art, Antony Gormley

Hugo Simberg

Devil Pot (1897) Hugo Gerhard Simberg (1873-1917) was a Finnish symbolist painter and graphic artist. The two characters Simberg used most frequently for his art are the "Poor Devil" and Death personified. Simberg's paintings emphasize mainly topics macabre or supernatural. Kuolema kuuntelee ("Death Listens") (1897). The painting depicts Death, personified as a skeleton wearing a black coat, listening with a bowed head as a young man plays the violin. In the background, there is an old woman…

Hugo Gerhard Simberg June 1873 - 12 July was a Finnish symbolist painter and graphic artist. National Gallery, Victorian Life, Gerhard, Digital Museum, Collaborative Art, Mirror Image, Hugo, The Ordinary, Family Portraits

Hugo Simberg with his sister Blenda, photo taken by the artist with the aid of delayed-action release. 1896, Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki

On the Stream of Life Hugo Simberg New Shadow, Moon Drawing, World Famous Artists, Shadow Puppets, Scandinavian Art, Art Archive, Fantastic Art, Macabre, Les Oeuvres

On the Stream of Life Hugo Simberg

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