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Gösta Adrian-Nilsson

(Sweden, 1884-1965)
Gösta Adrian-Nilsson
(Sweden, 1884-1965)

GÖSTA ADRIAN-NILSSON, sketchpad, 1920/30's, by the artist's own hand inscribed GAN with blue colour pencil on the cover.

Sketchpad with fifteen perforated sheets (thirty pages) comprising in total twenty-six varying compositions executed in pencil on paper. Motifs depicting, amongst others: cubist compositions, abstract compositions, surrealist compositions and a study of an athlete. Enclosed four loose sheets with studies in pencil (three) and colour pencil (one) depicting abstract compositions (three) and composition with rugby players (one). Outer measurements circa 12.5 x 20.5 cm.

Minor wear. Minor stains. Yellowed. Creases. Handling creases. Unknown number of perforated pages torn out/missing.

Provenance

Managing director of Svensk-Franska Konstgalleriet, Stockholm, Harry Runnqvist.
Managing director of Galerie Bonnier, Geneva and Svensk-Franska Konstgalleriet, Stockholm, Jan Runnqvist, Ph. D. (by descent from the above mentioned, his father).
Subsequently by descent.

More information

On display at Arsenalsgatan 2.

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