Sunday, April 17, 2011

Carl Larsson

Suzanne, 1894

Firstborn child, aged ten, standing on a stool in a corner of wall-painting designs and Renaissance grotesques.Pontus Fürstenberg, who had commissioned this picture, accoladed it and the adjacent portrait of Lisbeth with andadmiring '' Bravo, Bravo, Bravissimo'' and resquested the double portrait of the brothers on the facing page.

In the Hawthorn Hedge, undated. 

The red accent in the midst of the luxuriant green is typical of Carl Larsson's art.Illustration Page.

Esbjörn, 1900,

As indicated by title, which Larsson often insterted as a sign, Esbjörn, born in 1900 as their seventh child, constitutes the subject of the picture.The painter also takes this idea into account in the bodly intersected figure of the child's mother.

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