Akseli Gallen-Kallela ,

This extensive book about Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865–1931) is a catalogue for an exhibition that was on display at the Finnish National Gallery Ateneum and the Turku Art Museum in 1996.

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This extensive book about Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865–1931) is a catalogue for an exhibition that was on display at the Finnish National Gallery Ateneum and the Turku Art Museum in 1996. The book covers Akseli Gallen-Kallela’s life’s work as an artist, architect and illustrator; the 1996 exhibition was the first comprehensive study of Gallen-Kallela’s art since the 1930s.

The book contains Gallen-Kallela’s full biography and several expert articles about Gallen-Kallela’s art. The articles discuss, for example, his portraits, swan symbolism, design, his period in Africa, and the Tarvaspää ateljé building. The book also includes Gallen-Kallela’s list of works, expography and bibliography. The texts are richly illustrated with high-quality images of Gallen-Kallela’s artworks.

The copy in stock is in excellent condition. There are no faults whatsoever.

Weight 2017 g
Dimensions 34.1 × 20.0 × 3.4 cm
Editor(s)

Juha Ilvas | Leena Ahtola-Moorhouse | Heikki Malme | Sirkka Liisa Muittari | Outi Alatalo-Pöllänen

Publisher

The Finnish National Gallery Ateneum

Publishing year

1996

Language

Images

art images

Binding

Soft cover

Condition

ISBN

951-53-0899-2

ISSN

1238-4712