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Einar Jolin

(Sweden, 1890-1976)
250 000 - 300 000 SEK
22 700 - 27 300 EUR
23 800 - 28 500 USD
Hammer price
370 000 SEK
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Einar Jolin
(Sweden, 1890-1976)

"Ryttare på Djurgården"

Signed Jolin and dated 1932. With a dedication in pencil "To Elna! 18/6 1932." Canvas 60 x 73 cm.


Galleri Modern, Stockholm.
Architect Sven Wallander.
Thence by descent to the present owner.


Liljevalchs konsthall, Stockholm, 1957, "Einar Jolin", cat. no. 65.

More information

At the end of the 1910s, Einar Jolin took a prominent role in the Swedish art scene. Returning from Paris only a few years earlier, where he had studied under the great master Henri Matisse, he developed into an outstanding colourist with a remarkable sense of line and form. In the first half of the decade, Jolin participated in a number of high-profile and ground-breaking exhibitions, such as the Baltic Exhibition in Malmö in 1914 and the Swedish Expressionists at the renowned avant-garde art gallery Der Sturm in Berlin.

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