Karl Nordström (Hoga, Parissh of Stenkyrka, Tjörn 1855 - Drottningholm, Stockholm 1923)
Skogsväg (Road through a forest)
signed and dated: KN 1894; titled by the artist in blue chalk on the verso: Skogsväg
charcoal on board
in the original frame
470 x 620 mm
Karl & Tekla Nordström (1855-1923)
by decent to their daughter Inger Sandin (1893-1972)
thence by descent until 2023
In 1887, on his return from France, Nils Kreuger (1858-1930) settled in Varberg, a coastal town situated 70 km south of Gothenburg, in the province of Halland. In 1893, he was joined there by his friends and collegues Richard Bergh (1858-1919) and Karl Nordström. Together they founded what became known as Varbergsskolan (The School of Varberg) which greatly contributed to the creation of a pure national romantic style as a reaction to realistic landscape painting in the French manner.
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