You have probably heard of Anders Zorn, one of the most famous Swedish painters of all times. He definitely helped bring on the rumor of beautiful Swedish girls early on as this was one of his favorite motifs. Don’t miss this fantastic exhibition if you are in Stockholm during March.
ANDERS ZORN (1860-1920)
As a 15-year-old Zorn was admitted to the Royal College of Art. He got an early breakthrough in 1880, which marked the beginning of a professional artistic career without counterpart in Sweden. His success came mainly abroad, in France, England and the USA where he came to live and work. He is a recognized master of watercolor and oil paintings as well as a graphic artist.
Anders Zorn’s graphics have been shown in exhibitions at museums in Dresden, Berlin, Chicago, Boston, Munich, Philadelphia, Vienna, Geneva, Paris and Stockholm and is represented in many museum collections in Europe and the U.S..
The current exhibition is one of the most extensive shown and the works represent a cross section of his works, a total of over 100 etchings. All exhibited works are on sale. The exhibition mixes some of Zorn’s most famous etchings with more unknown works.
Open: Tues-Fri 1:00 p.m. to 17:30, Sat 12:00 to 16:00
March 9 to April 4. Closed on Easter day
Where: Gallery Agardh & Tornevall, Sibyllegatan 65
More info: Gallery Agardh & Tornevall