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Swedish Women Painters:

1893 Chicago World's Fair and Exposition


Compiled by K. L. Nichols




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This Page:
Anna Boberg
Eva Bonnier
Mina Bredberg-Carlsson
Emma Lowstadt Chadwick
Anna Gardell Ericson



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Anna Katarina (Scholander) Boberg (1864 - 1935)


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Motiv från Lofoten--representative work

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Fishermen--representative work


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Harbour at Svolvaer, Lofoten--representative work


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Le départ des Vikings--representative work



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August Night.  A Study from North Norway
-- representative work


Venice; Gondolas; and View from Menaggio
(images unavailable) -- exhibited in
the Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition



Anna Boberg, the daughter of architect F. W. Scholander, was an artist from Stockholm who spent considerable time living on the Lofoten islands where she painted the marine landscapes and lives of the northern fisher folk. She studied art for a short time at the Academie Julian in Paris where she had several exhibitions. She was married to Swedish architect Gustav Ferdinand Boberg.



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Eva Fredrika Bonnier (1857 - 1909)


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Self-portrait (1886)--representative work



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Woman--representative work

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Portrait of Ingeborg Svensdotter
(1891)--representative work


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Seamstresses at the Wedding
Dress
1887--representative work



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The House Maid (Marie
Banck
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1890--This
may or may not be
My Housekeeper
which was exhibited
in Fine Arts Palace,
1893 Exposition.

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Portrait of Julie
Hasselburg
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representative work


Music and Portrait of Mr. H. L. (images unavailable)
--exhibited in Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition



Eva Bonnier was born in Stockholm into a wealthy Jewish family (her father was a prominent publisher) and studied at the Royal Academy of Arts in Stockholm and at the Académie Colarossi in Paris.  Known particularly for her realistic portraits, Bonnier gave up art in the 1890s and committed suicide in 1909.


On the Veranda

Reflection in Blue



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(Wilhelmina) Mina Carlsson-Bredberg (1857 - 1943)


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Self Portrait 1889--
representative work


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Academie Julien 1884--
representative work


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Atelier Julian 1884--representative work



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Woman with a Parrot Hat 1888--
representative work

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Portrait of an Elderly Lady--
representative work


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Still Life with Lilies in a Vase--representative work



Portrait of a Russian Artist (image unavailable)
--exhibited in Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition



Mina Carlsson-Bredberg, the daughter of the Council of State, was born in Stockholm and studied art there privately with Amanda Sidvall and later with Boulanger, Lefebvre, and Robert-Fleury at the Académie Julien in Paris.   She taught at the Elisabeth Keyser Art School in Stockholm and often exhibited her portraits.  Her second marriage was to Deputy Director Georg Carlsson.



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Emma (Hilma Amalia) Löwstädt Chadwick (1855 - 1932)


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Self-portrait--representative work



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Maternity--representative works


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La Partie de Cartes--representative work


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Off to Sea--representative work.
Could this be the painting "My Boy" listed below?


Carmencita, Rainbow, and “My Boy”
(images unavailable)--exhibited in
Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition.



Emma Löwstädt Chadwick, from Stockholm, studied at the School of Arts and Crafts and Fine Arts Academy in Stockholm, followed by studies in Paris at the Académie Julian and with Charles Cazin.  She and her husband, American painter Francis B. Chadwick, bought a hotel  that catered to the Swedish art colony in Grez (near the Forest of Fontainebleau in France), an area where they resided for most of their lives.   Emma's sister Eva was also an artist.




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Anna Maria Gardell Ericsson (1853 - 1939)


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Fishing--representative work.



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Port of Marstrand--representative work


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Landscape with Figures 1879--representative work


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Månsken över Marstrand--representative work


View from Ronneby, Sweden and Moon-rise
(images unavailable)--exhibited in the
Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition.



Anna Gardell Ericsson was the daughter of landscape painter Johan Theodore Gardell.  She studied art in Stockholm and Paris and married painter Johan Ericsson.  No other information is available (in English) online.




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Text written by K. L. Nichols


Painting, top of page: Marie Konstantinovna
Bashkirtseff, In the Studio (1881).


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Posted: 6-25-02; Updated: 09-15-16