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Sven X:et Erixson
(Sweden, 1899-1970)
Sven x:et erixson, a tapestry, tapestry weave, after a cartoon by the swedish painter sven x:et erixson, translated into a weave by barbro.
Sven x:et erixson, a tapestry, tapestry weave, after a cartoon by the swedish painter sven x:et erixson, translated into a weave by barbro.
Sven x:et erixson, a tapestry, tapestry weave, after a cartoon by the swedish painter sven x:et erixson, translated into a weave by barbro.
Sven x:et erixson, a tapestry, tapestry weave, after a cartoon by the swedish painter sven x:et erixson, translated into a weave by barbro.
Sven x:et erixson, a tapestry, tapestry weave, after a cartoon by the swedish painter sven x:et erixson, translated into a weave by barbro.
Sven x:et erixson, a tapestry, tapestry weave, after a cartoon by the swedish painter sven x:et erixson, translated into a weave by barbro.
Sven x:et erixson, a tapestry, tapestry weave, after a cartoon by the swedish painter sven x:et erixson, translated into a weave by barbro.

A TAPESTRY, tapestry weave, after a cartoon by the Swedish painter Sven X:et Erixson, translated into a weave by Barbro

Nilsson, ca 143 x 407 cm. A polychrome modernistic composition. The painter Sven X:et Erixson executed the cartoon for this tapestry in 1960-61. The tapestry was woven for Margarinbolagets head office, Stockholm, (Strandbergsgatan 20). A label comes with this lot: Vävd efter kartong av Sven Erixson på Barbro Nilssons verkstad N. Smedjegatan 21, Stockholm, av Kerstin Fredrikson och Edith Johansson 1961-1962. (Unique).

Slightly dirty, insignificant wear and faded, minor stains and damages.

Droit de suite: Yes
Estimate: 

60 000 - 80 000 SEK

5 736 - 7 648 EUR

Hammer price: 
Unsold
Literature

Compare with Konstrevy 1961, Stockholm 1961, Prydnad för kontor, text pages 144-145 and 160, plate page 144; Möller, Viggo Sten: En bok om Barbro Nilsson, Stockholm/Barcelona 1977, text page 100.

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Sven X:et Erixson has made several cartoons for tapestries that have been translated into a weave by Barbro Nilsson. The most famous is "Melodier vid torget" for Gothenburg's concert hall.

Purchasing info
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Anette Granlund
Stockholm
Anette Granlund
Head Specialist Carpets, Textiles and Islamic Works of Art
+46 (0)708 92 19 92