'Still Life with Bottles, Books and Fruit' by Edvard Andersson
'Still Life with Bottles, Books and Fruit' by Edvard Andersson
'Still Life with Bottles, Books and Fruit' by Edvard Andersson
'Still Life with Bottles, Books and Fruit' by Edvard Andersson
'Still Life with Bottles, Books and Fruit' by Edvard Andersson

'Still Life with Bottles, Books and Fruit' by Edvard Andersson

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AU $950.00
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artist: Edvard Andersson (Swedish 1891-1967)

medium: oil on board

dimensions: 34 x 35 cm art size / 43 x 44 cm frame size (approx)
signed
unclearly dated either 193? or 195?

presented in its original restored frame with wear and patina consistent with age

* last image - self portrait of Andersson alongside photos of the summer cottage and large studio of Edvard Andersson and his wife Ingeborg built in the scenic Hovs hallar in northwestern Scania, Sweden. The house was designed in 1953 by their architect son Göte Andersson. For more infomation on Andersson visit the website:  http://edvardandersson.se/

AU $950 (approx US $625 / 580 EUROS / 98,500 yen / 490 GBP - for exact current conversion visit xe.com)

artist biography
Edvard Ferdinand Lassalle Andersson was born 18 March, 1891 in Helsingborg. He was a Swedish painter and art teacher.

Andersson studied at the Tekniska skolan in Stockholm and then continued his education during study trips to Germany and France. Andersson exhibited in both solo and group shows throughout his career. His debut solo exhibition was in 1918 Killberg's art salon in Helsingborg.

He had subsequent solo exhibitions at galleries in Helsingborg, Malmö and Ängelholm. He showed is group exhibitions with Sveriges allmänna konstförening (Sweden's general art association) , Scania's art association and Helsingborg's art association. Andersson painted figurative works, beach scenes, landscapes and still life works in oil, gouache or pastel as well as drawings. He also worked as a drawing teacher in Helsingborg. 

Examples of his work at held Andersson is represented at Helsingborg's museum (click here to view a painting in the collection).

Andersson passed away in 1967.