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Divisive painter Carl Larsson on display in Stockholm

Published måndag 8 juli 2013 kl 15.22
"He would be described today as a bipolar person"
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Carl Larsson, a late 19th century painter who has become one of Sweden's best known, is on display in Stockholm until November. Photo: Sven Carlsson/SR

He was the working class boy who made art that just didn't sit right with King Oscar II. Carl Larsson is one of Sweden's most celebrated artists. Known for his watercolour paintings, his and his wife's Sundborn home and being one of Sweden's very first cartoon artists, Carl Larsson and his circle also bumped heads with the less radical aristocracy. Stockholm's National Museum is displaying a large span of Larsson's work until 3 November.

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