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Swedish Women Painters:

1893 Chicago World's Fair and Exposition


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Ellen Jolin
Elisabeth Keyser
Hanna Pauli
Ida von Schulzenheim
Emma Sparre
Charlotte Wahlström



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(Maria Helena) Ellen Jolin (1854 - 1939)



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Interiör från Louvren med kvinnlig betraktare vid
Pietro da Rhos portal med bl a Hercules och
Perséus, till  vänster Michelangelos  skulptur
Döende slav
1890--representative work.


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Vegetable Still Life with Game and Lobster
1888--representative work


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Vaulted Church Aisle with Believers and Pastor,
Rothenburg
--representative work.



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Rio Di San Trovaso--Venice
1893--representative work

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Campo San Samuele on
the Grand Canal--Venice

--representative work


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Segovia 1895--representative work.



The Baptistry of Sienna (image unavailable)
--exhibited in the Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition.



Ellen Jolin, the child of actor-playwright Johan Christopher Jolin and his wife Katarina Wigert, was a Stockholm watercolorist who studied privately with Fredrik Scholander, Kerstin Cardon, and the Norwegian artist Carl Hansen and at the Technical School and the Academy of Art in Stockholm. Her later studies were in Paris under Jules Lefebvre at the Académie Julian. From 1890 to 1910, she exhibited in Paris, Vienna, and Berlin and described in an illustrated book published in 1911, Från studiefärder i medelhafsländerher, her travels to other European and Mediterranean cities as well as to North Africa. Her nephew Einar Jolin as also a well-known artist.




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(Hilda) Elisabeth Keyser (1851 - 1898)


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Daydreams
1889--representative work


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Pa Sommaraengen
--representative work

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Young Woman Reading
--representative work


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Liss Anna 1894--representative work



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Church Interior with Praying Nun
[title unknown]--representative work


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Fransk bondflicka med mjölkspannar
--representative work


Peasant Woman, Normandy (image unavailable)--
exhibited in Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition



Elisabeth Keyser was a Swedish artist who studied at the Academy of Art in Stockholm and in Paris with Leon Bonnat.  She painted portraits and had an art school in Stockholm . No other information is available online.



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Anna Sofia Palm (de Rosa) (1859 - 1924)


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Rävjakt--representative work



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Gamla Operan sedd från Helgeandsholmen
 [Gustavian Opera]
--representative work



It is unclear which work(s) Palm exhibited
at the Swedish Pavilion, 1893 Exposition



Anna Sofia Palm was the daughter G. W. Palm, a landscape painter and professor at Stockholm Academy and her first and perhaps only art instructor.  She married an Italian officer (de Rosa) and lived in Italy afterwards, painting Italian marinescapes and continuing to paint her highly popular Stockholm scenes based on photographs of the originals.  She worked primarily with watercolors.



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Hanna (Hirsch) Pauli (1864 - 1940)


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Self-Portrait 1896--representative work



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Portraett av Fur Doktorinnan
Anna Ponten
1892
--representative work

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Portrait of Selma Lagerlof
--representative work


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Breakfast 1896--representative work




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Portrait of Georg Pauli
--representative work

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I skärgården - sittande kvinna
--representative work



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Friends [Vanner Reading] 1887
--representative work

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Portrait of Venny Soldan-Brofeldt,
artist
--exhibited in Fine Arts
Palace, 1893 Exposition.


Portrait of K. Nordstrom, the Artist and
The "Name's-day" (images unavailable)--
 exhibited in Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition



Hanna Hirsch Pauli was born in Stockholm, Sweden into a musical family.  She began studying art at age twelve at the Stockholm Academy of Fine Arts and later in Paris at the Académie Colarossi under the direction of teachers like Pascal Dagnan-Bouveret and Raphaël Collin.  She married artist George Pauli but continued signing her painting as "Hanna Hirsch."  Her portrait of artist Venny Soldan-Brofeldt (see above) sitting in a casual and "unladylike" pose was considered a "shameless" or "ugly" type of realism by some.




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Ida Elénora Davida von Schultzenheim (1859 - 1940)

Alternate Spelling:  Schulzenheim


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Travelling 1926--
representative work.

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Braque du Bourbannais and Greyhound
--representative work.




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Puppies at Play--
representative work.

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Rabbits 1902--
representative work.



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Greyhounds--exhibited in
Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition.

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Boy with Two Greyhounds 1890
--variation of the painting to the left;
colors may be similar?


"Too Hot" (image unavailable)--exhibited
in Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition



Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Ida von Schultzenheim studied at the Technical School and then the Art Academy in Stockholm.  In Paris she studied drawing at the Académie Julien and portrait painting with Jules Lefebvre, but she soon concentrated on animal portraits, an interest encouraged by French animal painter Charles Jacque, and became known as the royal dog portrait painter for Queen Sophie and Queen Victoria.  In Sweden, she founded and became president of the Association of Swedish Artists in order to promote the exhibition and collection of women's art which was largely ignored by the male-dominated Artists Association.




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Baroness Emma Josepha (Munktell) Sparre (1851 - 1913)


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A Young Gardener--
representative work



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Portrait 1892--
exhibited in Fine Arts
Palace, 1893 Exposition.

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Vallflicka med näverlur
--representative work.



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Kvinna i vitt 1892--
exhibited in Fine Arts
Palace, 1893 Exposition.

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Skadespeler skan
Anna DeWahl
--
representative work


Interior of the Castle of Gripsholm
(image unavailable) -- exhibited
in Fine Arts Palace,1893 Exposition


Emma Sparre was born into a mill-owning family (the business run later by her widowed mother).  She studied at the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm and in Düsseldorf and Rome.   In Paris while she was studying with Gustave Courtois and Dagnan-Bouveret, her studio became a salon for artists and high society, as did her later home in Sweden with her artist-husband Baron Karl Axel Ambjorn Sparre.  Emma was known mainly as a genre and portrait painter.




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Charlotte Constance Wahlström (1849 - 1924)


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Arild Chapel
--representative work.

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Aftonsol, Nynäs--motive
frän Södertörn
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representative work


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Winter Landscape--representative work




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Bygata i Arild
[Village Road in Arild]

1892--exhibited in Fine
Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition.

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Waterfalls--
representative work


Moonrise (image unavailable)--exhibited at
the Fine Arts Palace, 1893 Exposition



Charlotte Wahlström studied art at the Royal Academy in Stockholm, plus she traveled and studied in Paris, Germany, Belgium and Holland.  She regularly exhibited in Stockholm, as well as in Denmark and Germany.




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