Hugo Simberg – Artists of the Ateneum casts fresh light on the loife of an intriguing artis. Art historian Marja Lahelma ushers the reader on a journey through the life and work of Simberg, sharing new academic insights on topics such as Simberg’s links with European art history in this richly illuitrated book.
This book of Hugo Simberg is the second one in the series Artists of the Ateneum. The first book was about Helene Schjerfbeck. The series sheds new light on the classics of Finnish art. The history of nineteenth-century Finnish art includes emotionally stirring landscapes, powerful national depictions, historical paintings and portraits. Depictions of the national epic, the Kalevala, also play a strong role. Around the turn of the twentieth century, the focus shifted to Paris and new forms of expression. Art recognised no geographic borders. The passing decades and new isms brought new streams and views into art, from modernism to political and Pop art. This series presents the creators behind the story, one at a time. Chief Editor of the Series is Susanna Pettersson, Museum Director at Ateneum Art Museum.
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