Published February 25, 2007 by Mark D. Friedman .
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Sweden, along with other Scandinavian countries, has until recently remained relatively obscure on the world art stage. However, interest from international curators in the contemporary art scene suggests that this may be changing.
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Swedish artists have long held strong reputations both domestically and abroad, with their powerful voices earning them well-deserved places in history.
Sweden’s art contains everything from beautiful landscapes to stark modernism and its influence on the international art world has been felt throughout the ages. Here’s an introduction to Swedish artists and their works.
Originally published in The Brilliance of Swedish Glass, – An Alliance of Art and Industry, edited by Derek E. Ostergard and Nina Stritzler-Levine.
Published for The Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, New York. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 67– From the exhibition: The Brilliance of Swedish Glass, An Alliance of Art and.
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'The Figure' -- Edvin Öhrström (), Orrefors, 'Ariel' Glass Vase Scandinavia became a hub for glass production in the early 20th century, with Sweden at the epicenter. The traditional craft industries of glass, textiles, ceramics and furniture all experienced a modern design upheaval especially between the two world wars.
Modernist artists were encouraged to become. Apr 3, - Although most people associate glass blowing in Scandinavia with Sweden, much beautiful glass art has also been made in Denmark, Finland and Norway. Scandinavian glass tends to combine color with subtlety, and is quite different from Murano (Venetian) or Bohemian (German/Austrian) glass and crystal.
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Back to Glass Encyclopedia Home. This section of the encyclopaedia is for "other" Scandinavian glass. Some of these items we have no idea about, others we might have a good idea who the maker could be, but are not % sure.
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The most common modern art glass material is glass. The most popular color. You guessed it: blue. It isn’t easy to pin down Scandinavian art glass.
Like the people of the region itself, Scandinavia’s art glass is diverse and pioneering. Some artists have become famous for their blown and cased glass, others are noted for their carved and cut pieces, and a few organizations, like the Swedish company Orrefors, have done it all.
Scandinavian design is a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality that emerged in the early 20th century, and subsequently flourished in the s throughout the five Nordic countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland.
Scandinavian designers are known especially for household goods including furniture, textiles, ceramics, lamps, and glass, but. Books shelved as glass-art: The Complete Book of Glass Beadmaking by Kimberley Adams, Torch-Fired Enamel Jewelry for Beginners by Barbara Lewis, Gla. N E W S. Art glass sommerso studio vase designed by Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta Sweden catalogue; Unusual miniature egg sculpture designed by Monica Backstrom for Boda Sweden c s.
Since discovering his love for contemporary art at a later age, Jack Storms has developed an incredibly rare type of glass art work that has solidified his name in the history books of the industry.
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or Best Offer. Glass from the Scandinavian region dates back at least to the ’s. Beginning in small towns with names associated with Nordic – Scandinavian glass companies today like Orrefors and Kosta, the small glass making communities eventually became the glass making Sweden, the glassworks The Scandinavian glass making communities, surrounded by ample forests filled with production.
Swedish art refers to the visual arts produced in Sweden or by Swedish artists. Sweden has existed as country for over 1, years, and for times before this, as well as many subsequent periods, Swedish art is usually considered as part of the wider Nordic art of has, especially since aboutbeen strongly influenced by wider trends in European art.
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