Esther och Hugo Gehlin

ESTHER AND HUGO GEHLIN – TWO MODERNISTS
Esther and Hugo Gehlin began studying art just as modernism was transforming the art world at the turn of the 20th century. They both set off on study trips to Europe, eagerly embracing these new artistic trends. Like many of their contemporaries, they worked in various artistic fields: Hugo as a woodcut engraver, a sculptor, an illustrator, a poet, and a designer in pewter and glass, and Esther as a textile artist and painter. Following their marriage, they settled in Helsinki. There, their home was for many years a meeting place for artists and leading cultural lights, and came to play a key role in the city’s modern art scene.

 
14 items
HUGO GEHLIN, Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1924.
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1 500 SEK
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3 000 SEK
ESTER GEHLIN, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1938.
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13 000 SEK
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10 000 SEK
HUGO GEHLIN, Oil on panel, signed and dated nov -26.
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2 201 SEK
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3 000 SEK
ESTER GEHLIN, Oil on canvas, signed.
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3 000 SEK
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4 000 SEK
HUGO GEHLIN, Oil on åanel, signed and dated -44.
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1 600 SEK
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2 000 SEK
HUGO GEHLIN, Oil on canvas, signed and dated -23.
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1 800 SEK
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3 000 SEK
ESTER GEHLIN, Oil on panel, signed.
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2 700 SEK
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3 000 SEK
ESTER GEHLIN, Oil on canvas, signed.
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8 000 SEK
ESTER GEHLIN, Oil on panel, signed and dated -47.
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1 500 SEK
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3 000 SEK
ESTER GEHLIN, Oil on canvas, signed.
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4 000 SEK
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5 000 SEK