Vintage Color Lithograph by Waldemar Lorentzon, Båtparad, 1953
Delivering from: Warsaw, Poland
Waldemar Lorentzon was born in 1899 and died in 1984. He was a Swedish artist. His paintings were exhibited exclusively in Sweden and the only exhibition was held at the Mjellby Konstmuseum in Halmstad. Works by Waldemar Lorentzon are in two museum collections, the Ateneum Art Museum – the Finnish National Gallery in Helsinki and the Mjellby Konstmuseum in Halmstad. Belonged to the Halmstadgruppen. It was a group of avant-garde artists in Halmstad in County Halland, Sweden. They established a permanent showroom in Mjellby, now the Mjellby Art Museum in Halmstad. The extensive collection of Halmstad’s works is exhibited here.
Original vintage condition.
Waldemar Lorentzon, Båtparad, 1953
Work with the artist’s signature and individual number (pencil)
Working dimensions 40/52
This work is framed
|Dimensions||52 × 2 × 40 cm|
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