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ZORN ANDERS LEONARD

Zorn Anders Leonard
(mora, dalécarlie, 1860 - idem 1920)

Author : Zorn Anders Leonard
(mora, dalécarlie, 1860 - idem 1920)
Size: 19.68 x 24.00 Inches

More details : Profile portrait of a young woman, oil painting on an oval stretcher.
It is not possible to read exactly what was signed at the bottom only ZO.
Behind on the canvas there’s an address in Paris written.
Other view :


Anders Zorn made proof of a great virtuosity in his portraits.
From 1888 to 1896, Zorn lived in Paris and oil painted.
“The large fluid touch of a restrictive palette, are concise form but with a clear plasticity. Scenes and portraits are distinguished by the vivacity of the play of light and by the snapshot of the pose, where every convention disappears”. T.P.

The Orsay Museum in Paris, preserve
The portrait of Alfred Beurdeley.


Bibliography:
Gerda Boethius, Anders Zorn his life and works
Nordisk Rotogravyr, Stockholm 1954

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