Arvid Jorm Kornelius (1892 - 1964) Gothenburg, was a Swedish painter and graphic artist.
Arvid was the son of the merchant Herman Johansson and Olivia Andersson and married 1927-1942 to Margit Falkman Jorm studied art with Axel Erdmann and Birger Simonsson at Valand's painting school in Gothenburg, as well as with Astrid Holm in Copenhagen and during study trips to Italy, France and North Africa. Separately, he exhibited for the first time in Gothenburg in 1921 and together with Friti of Swensson he exhibited at Lorensberg's art salon in 1949 and together with Åke Dalberg in Borås in 1939. He participated in the collective exhibitions Parisgruppen and Independenternas salon in Paris. In Sweden, he participated in exhibitions at the Art Gallery, Halmstad Museum, Gothenburg Art Gallery and he was represented in the National Association for Visual Arts traveling exhibition " Västsvenskt måleri" . Among his public works are paintings for Skövde courthouse, Liseberg in Gothenburg and a composition from the shipbuilding department at Gothenburg's vocational school. His art consists of still lifes, figure studies, portraits, landscapes, coastal and harbor scenes in oil, watercolour, woodcuts, lithography and etchings. Jorm is represented at the Modern Museum, Gävle Museum, Hudiksvalls Museum, Gothenburg Art Museum and Sandvikens Museum.
Technique: Lithograph paper, unsigned
Size: 103 x 65 cm incl. frame