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On the veranda. Autumn

On the veranda. Autumn

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About the original:

Date: (1902)

Other titles: On the Veranda (ENG)

Designation: Painting

Material and technique: Oil on canvas

Technique: Oil

Material: Canvas

Dimensions: 86.5 x 115.5 cm

Subject: Visual arts

Classification: 532 - Visual arts

Acquisition: Purchased 1909

Inventory no.: NG.M.00810

Part of exhibition: nEdvard Munch, 1983 - 1984

Edvard Munch exhibition, 1904

Munch and France, 1992

Munch exhibition, 1981

The Art of Norway 1750-1914, 1979

Munch exhibition, 1982

Munch exhibition, 1982

Munch exhibition, 1982

Hodler, Monet, Munch: Peindre l'impossible/Painting the Impossible, 2016 - 2017

Edvard Munch and Czech art, 1971

Edvard Munch - Livets dans/Edvard Munch - The Dance of Life, 2014 - 2015

Edvard Munch, 1913

Munch et la France, 1991 - 1992

Munch exhibition, 1982

Edvard Munch, 1984

[Paintings and graphics by Edvard Munch], 1982

Munch exhibition, 1981

Munch e lo spirito del Nord. Scandinavia nel secondo Ottocento, 2010 - 2011

Munch 150, 2013

Edvard Munch, 1927

Scandinavian Painters, 1965

Edvard Munch and Harald Sohlberg. Landscapes of the Mind, 1995 - 1996

Edvard Munch, 1968

L'Espressionisimo, Pittura, Scultura, Architettura, 1964

Munch in Frankreich, 1992

The Art of Norway 1750-1914, 1979

The Art of Norway 1750-1914, 1978 - 1979

[Paintings and graphics by Edvard Munch], 1982

Registration level: Single object

Owner and collection: The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Visual Art Collections

Photo: Høstland, Børre

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Harald Sohlberg

Harald Sohlberg was a Norwegian painter who was central to the breakthrough of neo-romanticism in Norway. He was born in Oslo and had a very distinctive style where he placed great emphasis on drawing and details, while at the same time the pictures were not pure imitations of nature. Sohlberg sought to express his experiences of nature and adapted drawing and colors so that the pictures could convey these experiences. The symmetrical composition he used in many of the pictures helps to bring in a supernatural, almost religious atmosphere. Sohlberg began his artistic education at the Royal School of Arts and Crafts in 1885, where he was a student up to and including the autumn of 1890. He also had a stay in Slagen by Åsgårdsstrand in 1890, where he was a student of Sven Jørgensen. He then studied under Kristian Zahrtmann in Copenhagen in 1891–1892 and drew for four months at Eilif Peterssen's and Harriet Backer's painting school in 1894. Sohlberg traveled to Valdres to paint in the summer of 1889, and there he painted a study called Summer evening, a picture with broad brushstrokes and violet tones that emphasize the evening mood. The picture links to the summer night pictures that Kitty Kielland and Eilif Peterssen had painted by Dælivannet in 1886, and shows the interest in conveying the mood of nature which was to become Sohlberg's main interest in the following years. In 1894, Sohlberg made his debut at the Statens Kunstutstilling (Autumn Exhibition) with the picture Nattegloð (1893), which was to be his artistic breakthrough and was purchased for the National Gallery. The picture has many of the distinctive features and qualities that were to become a hallmark of Sohlberg's art. In 1899, Sohlberg painted Sommernatt, a picture from Nordstrand with a view over the Oslofjord. Sohlberg has sought here to capture the special atmosphere of the Norwegian summer night, and he stylizes the landscape in clean surfaces and clear lines. Sohlberg is particularly known for atmospheric images such as Summer Night, the cemetery image Night, Flower meadow north, and not least Winter Night in Rondane. He had a significant influence on Norwegian art in the first half of the 20th century, and his style and motifs have inspired many later Norwegian artists.