Mid Century, Oil Painting, Still Life, Lennart Rosensohn, (1918-1994)
A rare still life by Rosensohn known mostly for his figurative works.
A charming expressionist still life of fruit and flowers arranged in his best coffee pot.
About the artist
Mauritz Lennart Rosensohn, (1918-1994) , was a Swedish painter and graphic artist.
He was the son of merchant Viktor Rosensohn and Anna Jacobsohn and from 1955 married actor Asta Nyström. Rosensohn studied at the Technical School in Malmö in 1938 and at Skåne Painting School in 1939–1940, Anders Beckman's advertising school in 1941–1942, and at Otte Sköld's painting school in 1946–1947 and during study trips to, among others, Morocco, Spain and Paris. He participated in collection exhibitions arranged by Helsingborg's art association, Skåne's art association, Ängelholm's art association and Sweden's general art association. He participated in the group exhibitions Paintings and emphasis on theater at Helsingborg's city theater, Galerie Æsthetica, Current Skåne Art in Umeå, Good art in all homes at Galleri Brinken in Stockholm and with the Öresund group and as a member of the artist group Differenter in the group's exhibitions. He also belonged to the Thalassa artist group during the 1950s. He was awarded the Helsingborg Art Association's scholarship in 1956 and a scholarship from the Skåne Art Society. Among his public works is a wall decoration in the Mosaic parish, Malmö. His art consists of figurative compositions and landscapes in powerful colors. Rosensohn is represented at the Modern Museum in Stockholm and in the Helsingborg Museum, Kalmar Art Museum, Landskrona Museum and Malmö Museum.
Original frame supplied free of charge.
Frame: Width X Height
CM: 47 x 56
Inches: 18 1/2 x 22
CM: 37 x 45
Inches: 14 1/2 x 17 3/4
Medium: Oil on Board
Provenance: Swedish School, signed lower left
Condition: Very good
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