Parrow, Karin

Karin Parrow (1900–1984) née Taube, born in 1900 in Vinga, died in 1984, was a Swedish artist who studied at the Valand School of Art in 1926–1929 and the Académie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris in 1929. During her education in Valand, she had Tor Bjurström as a teacher, who wanted the students to find their individual style. His teaching at Valand would be of great importance for the development of the art direction known as Gothenburg colorism. Bjurström taught his students to express themselves in pure color and simple form. Parrow belonged to this group together with her sister Märta Taube who was married to Ivan Ivarson, whose house on Stenungsön in Bohuslän, would become an important place for their circle of artists. Parrow mainly painted landscapes, still lifes and portraits, whose work is characterized by strong empathy and directness. She has participated in a number of major exhibitions and is represented at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm and the Gothenburg Museum of Art, as well as in Gävle, Borås and several museums. She was the sister of Evert Taube and the artist Märta Taube.
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