'Abstract in Blue, Black & White' by Gösta Lindqvist
'Abstract in Blue, Black & White' by Gösta Lindqvist
'Abstract in Blue, Black & White' by Gösta Lindqvist

'Abstract in Blue, Black & White' by Gösta Lindqvist

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AU $380.00

artist: Gösta Lindqvist (Swedish 1928-)

medium: lithograph print, signed and numbered - 144/370

dimensions: 59 x 51 cm framed size
signed and dated 62
presented in a new white frame with acid free mat

AU $380 (approx US $320 / 310 EUROS / 44,500 yen /270 GBP - for exact current conversion visit xe.com)

artist bio

artist biography
Carl Gösta Lindqvist was born 30 January, 1928 in Stockholm. He is a Swedish artist.

Lindqvist studied at the Essem-skolan in Malmö and the Tekniska skolan in the early 1950s. He ​​then took study trips to Paris, Italy and Spain. He has worked as a teacher at the Målarskolan Forum  painting school between 1962 and 1965.

He exhibited in both solo exhibitions and groups shows - select shows include the National Museum in Stockholm (including Unga tecknare (Young Artists) in 1952, Svensk färggrafik (Swedish Colour Graphics) in 1953), at galleries in Malmö, Lund, and Stockholm, and with Skånes konstförening,Skåne Art , Sweden's public art association - the Sveriges allmänna konstförening, and the Konstnärernas Samarbetsorganisation.

Lindqvist painted in oil, acrylic and egg tempera, and also worked as a graphic artist. He is best known for his landscapes, still life and abstract works. Classic music was a big influence on his visual art, and his favorite instrument - the violin recurs again and again in his paintings.

Lindqvist is represented in numerous public collections including works at he National Museum in Stockholm, the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, the Regionmuseet Kristianstad, Boras Art Museum, Helsingborg City Museum, and the Skissernas Museum. He produced many public art works including pieces at Ormen Lange, Vårby, business centre at Borgmästaregården and windows at Fosie chapel in Malmö. He was a a member of the Eastern Skåne's artist guild (ÖSKG) and the Swedish National Artists' Organisation, the Konstnärernas Riksorganisation (KRO).