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Gothenburg colorism F220

During the 1930s, people began to perceive strong subjective colors as something specific to some artists from the west coast. The designation became Gothenburg colorism and was applied to a group of painters who at the time in the 1920s studied for Tor Bjurström, which gave them a common starting point.
Gothenburg colorism is today synonymous with a handful of colorful, expressive art, including Inge Schiöler, Ivan Ivarson, Ragnar Sandberg and Erling Ärlingsson.
In this theme auction, feel free to explore a number of artists' ways of seeing the world through color.