Arts Everyday Living: Through the Eyes of Women Artists–Sisters in Art, Finnish Pioneers

Maria Wiik, A Study of Peonies and a Japanese Fan, c. 1887, oil, Gosta Serlachius Fine Arts Foundation, Mantta-Vilppula, Finland

 

Finnish women Maria Wiik (1853-1928) and Elin Danielson Gambogi (1861-1919) represented the first generation of female artists who were able to study art formally in both their native country and abroad in creative centers like Paris.

 

Elin Danielson-Gambogi, Portrait of a Lady, n.d., oil on board, Private Collection

 

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