Scandia Norgarten

Wonderland, August Strindberg, 1894, From the collection of: Nationalmuseum Sweden
Wonderland, august Strinberg, 1894
Storm in the Skerries. "The Flying Dutchman", August Strindberg, 1892, From the collection of: SMK - Statens Museum for Kunst
Storm In The Skerries. "The Flying Dutchman", August Strindberg, 1892
The Town, August Strindberg, 1903, From the collection of: Nationalmuseum Sweden
The Town, August Strindberg, 1903
Karin by the shore, Carl Larsson, 1908, From the collection of: Malmö Konstmuseum
Karin by the shore 1908 Carl Larsson
Getting Ready for a Game, Carl Larsson, 1901, From the collection of: Nationalmuseum Sweden
Getting Ready for a Game 1901 Carl Larsson
After the prom, Carl Larsson, 1908, From the collection of: Malmö Konstmuseum
After the prom 1908 Carl Larsson
Villa at Seine, Bois-le Roi. Fontainebleau, Carl Fredrik Hill, 1877, From the collection of: Malmö Konstmuseum
At Malmö Konstmuseum Villa at Seine, Bois-le Roi. Fontainebleau 1877 Carl Fredrik Hill
The black spruces, Carl Fredrik Hill, 1878, From the collection of: Malmö Konstmuseum
The black spruces 1878 Carl Fredrik Hill
Storm Clouds, Karl Nordström, 1893, From the collection of: Nationalmuseum Sweden
Storm Clouds 1893 Karl Nordström The barren, windy landscape is from Tjörn. Nordström was born there, but this was painted in Varberg, where the artist moved in May 1893. Here, Nordström, Nils Kreuger and Richard Bergh, developed a “synthetist” style of landscape painting, with billowing lines and a subdued palette. The critics said Nordström’s art was morose and introverted: “In Storm Clouds the darkening landscape is ominous with its bleak and raving fury,” Edvard Alkman wrote in Dagens Nyheter in 1894
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