Osslund, Helmer

Helmer Osslund (1866-1938) was born in the area of ​​Sundsvall, but the encounter with Lapland's mountain massif and the magnificent wilderness expanses in blazing autumn colors marked his artistry the most. Osslund is an interesting link between 19th-century landscape painting and 20th-century burgeoning modernism. S studied under Paul Gauguin, which he was the only one from Sweden to do. Gauguin left his mark on Osslund and his color palette. He gave Norrland a face with his expressive expressions and dramatic landscapes. As previously mentioned, his painting is close to modernism, he was, among other things, a model for Leander Engström. Together they did wilderness studies.
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