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August Strindberg

(Sweden, 1849-1912)
August Strindberg
(Sweden, 1849-1912)

AUGUST STRINDBERG (1849-1912), egenhändigt brevkort med signatur, dat Stockholm 4 aug 1903.

Bladstorlek 12 x 17,5 cm.

Något gulnat.


Framlidne Sune Hägglids stora och betydande autografsamling. Skapad från 1920-talet fram till 2000-talet.


August Strindberg is one of Sweden's most known writers, playwrights and artists. He was a central figure in the cultural life of his time and as a conflict-seeking socially critical person, he was constantly debated. Strindberg started painting as a young man but took a break in the 90s, when he came to spend a lot of time with artists both in Sweden and abroad. He painted more than a hundred paintings of windy seas, stormy skies and landscapes, he painted in dramatic color scale and characterized by the artist's strong temperament. He early became internationally known for his works, thoughts and ideas. Strindberg was constantly productive and pioneering. Represented, among others, at the National Museum, the Nordic Museum and the Thielska Gallery in Stockholm, as well as in many private collections.

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