All August Strindberg 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
23185 Allee (nn02)  Allee (nn02)   1903 Oil on canvas,37 x 20 7/8'' Thielska Galleriet,Stockholm
91050 Coastal Landscape II  Coastal Landscape II   1903(1903) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 76 x 55 cm (29.9 x 21.7 in) cyf
85592 Seascape  Seascape   1894(1894) English: Oil on paperboard Dimensions 46.5 x 31.5 cm (18.3 x 12.4 in) cjr
89846 Seascape  Seascape   1894(1894) Medium Svenska: Olja på papp English: Oil on paperboard Dimensions 46.5 x 31.5 cm (18.3 x 12.4 in) cyf
97953 Seascape  Seascape   Oil on paperboard Dimensions 46.5 x 31.5 cm cyf
56377 the city  the city   mk247 1903,oil on canvas,37.25x20.875 in,94.5x53 cm,nationalmuseum,stockholm,sweden
23184 The City (nn02  The City (nn02   c 1903 Oil on canvas 37 5/16 x 20 7/8'' Nationalmuseum,Stockholm
90696 The Town  The Town   1903(1903) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 94.5 x 53 cm (37.2 x 20.9 in) cyf
11719 Wave VII  Wave VII   ca 1900-1901 1' 10 1/2'' x 1' 2 1/4''(57 x 36 cm)

August Strindberg
1849-1912 Swedish painter, sculptor and playwright. He had no art training, but learnt from artist friends after abandoning his studies at the University of Uppsala in 1872. The chief influence on him was Per Ekström, whose broken colour-spot technique he attempted to copy during his initial painting period in 1872-4 in Stockholm and on the skerry-islands Kymmendö and Sandhamn. Very little of Strindberg's early painting survives, but he had already found his special motifs: the sea, usually with turbulent waves; solitary trees or flowers on bare cliffs or sandy beaches in the outermost fringe of the skerries. After he stopped painting in 1874 he became Sweden's leading art critic, as well as the ideological leader of the radical Swedish artists' movement, which in 1884 formed the Konstnärsförbund (the Artists' Association) in protest against the Academy of Art. Prominent among the members were the painters Carl Olof Larsson, Karl Nordström and Richard Bergh. During this period, however, he produced sketches in words and pictures as illustrations to his own writings, which Carl Larsson was commissioned to do thereafter. From 1883 he stayed abroad, primarily in France and Switzerland, and belonged during a couple of long periods to the Scandinavian artists' colony in Grez-sur-Loing, near Fontainebleau in France. In 1886 in Switzerland he started photography and took a series of self-portraits that were intended for publication

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