LETTERS, 2, from Carl and Ruth Kylberg in Stockholm to GAN (Gösta Adrian-Nilsson) in Lund. Undated.
Probably written between 1925 and 1931. Undated letter from Carl Kylberg: one twice folded sheet comprising in total two handwritten pages. Undated letter from Ruth Kylberg: two twice folded sheets comprising in total three handwritten pages. Each circa 28.5 x 21.5 cm.
Fold. Handling creases. Time stained.
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.
On display at Arsenalsgatan 2.
Carl Kylberg, 1878-1952, is considered a seminal figure in the Swedish 1900-century art. He was a student at the architecture department at Berlin University and then a student of Carl Wilhelmson at Valand art school in Gothenburg.
Kylberg broke through late, made his debut as a painter in 1919 with the February group at Liljevalchs. He became known to a wider public by the age of 50, but continued to be controversial as an artist. He had a permanent artistic antagonist of Isaac Grünewald and the same year as the Nazis in Germany set up the decisive blow against Entartete Kunst and practically the whole of modernism, Swedish government stopped the purchase of the painting "Uppbrottet" of the National Museum in Stockholm.Read more