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- DescriptionThis title features stunning watercolour paintings by one of Sweden's best-loved artists. It offers fascinating insight into Swedish rural and artistic life in the late nineteenth century. It is accompanied by an explanatory text giving more detail about his life and techniques. Carl Larsson is one of Sweden's best-loved artists. His stunning watercolours of his home and family from the end of the nineteenth century are acclaimed as one of the richest records of life at that time. The paintings in this book all depict Larsson's home in the village of Sundborn in west Sweden, where he lived with his wife Karin and eight children for many years. The accompanying text provides a fascinating insight into Larsson family life, and Carl's painting techniques. Today, over 60,000 tourists a year visit Sundborn to admire Larsson's home and work.
- Author BiographyCarl Larsson (1853-1919) was born into a poor family in Stockholm, Sweden. He was accepted to the Stockholm Academy of Fine Arts at the age of thirteen and spent several years working as a newspaper and magazine illustrator. He moved to Paris, where, as a penniless artist, he met his wife Karin, also an artist. In 1888 they moved back to Sundborn in Sweden. Carl Larsson is best known for his lovely watercolour paintings of his home and family which were popularised through a series of books.
- PublisherFloris Books
- Date of Publication23/03/2006
- SubjectIndividual Artists / Art Monographs
- Place of PublicationEdinburgh
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintFloris Books
- Content Note15 colour plates
- Weight495 g
- Width295 mm
- Height210 mm
- Spine8 mm
- Artist(s)Carl Larsson
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