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The Studio. From A Home (26 watercolours)

Карл Ларссон
Artist: Carl Larsson (1853–1919) Alternative names: Carl Olof Larsson Swedish painter and interior designer Title: The Studio. From A Home (26 watercolours) Object type: Painting Description: Carl and Karin Larsson combined new design with old traditions. Practicality dictated their interior design, but it was equally important that furniture and objects form an attractive harmony. This ideal was also propagated by others, including Ellen Key, who advocated homes that were in a new and light style, in her essay “Skönhet för alla” (Beauty for All) in 1899. The Larssons moved to Lilla Hyttnäs, a house in Sundborn, in the summer of 1889. Here, Carl and Karin together created the interiors that made their home famous. Karin designed the furniture and textiles, which she embroidered and wove. A studio was fitted up in one of the hallways. It features many eye-catching details, including the funny man crowning a column. When a larger studio extension was added, this room became a workshop for the whole family. Date: Unknown date Medium (Swedish): Akvarell. Glasad Dimensions: Height: 32 cm (12.6 in). Width: 43 cm (16.9 in). Framed: Height: 38 cm (15 in). Width: 52 cm (20.5 in). Depth: 2 cm (0.8 in). Inscriptions (Swedish): Signerad: C.L. [monogram]
 
 

The Veranda. From A Home (26 watercolours)

Карл Ларссон
Artist: Carl Larsson (1853–1919) Alternative names: Carl Olof Larsson Swedish painter and interior designer Title: The Veranda. From A Home (26 watercolours) Object type: Painting Description: Carl and Karin Larsson combined new design with old traditions. Practicality dictated their interior design, but it was equally important that furniture and objects form an attractive harmony. This ideal was also propagated by others, including Ellen Key, who advocated homes that were in a new and light style, in her essay “Skönhet för alla” (Beauty for All) in 1899. The Larssons moved to Lilla Hyttnäs, a house in Sundborn, in the summer of 1889. Here, Carl and Karin together created the interiors that made their home famous. Karin designed the furniture and textiles, which she embroidered and wove. A studio was fitted up in one of the hallways. It features many eye-catching details, including the funny man crowning a column. When a larger studio extension was added, this room became a workshop for the whole family. Date: Unknown date Medium (Swedish): Akvarell på papper. Glasad Dimensions: Height: 32 cm (12.6 in). Width: 43 cm (16.9 in). Framed: Height: 38 cm (15 in). Width: 52 cm (20.5 in). Depth: 2 cm (0.8 in). Inscriptions (Swedish): Signerad: C.L. [monogram]
 
 

The Studio. From A Home (26 watercolours) (2)

Карл Ларссон
Artist: Carl Larsson (1853–1919) Alternative names: Carl Olof Larsson Swedish painter and interior designer Title: The Studio. From A Home (26 watercolours) Object type: Painting Description: Carl and Karin Larsson combined new design with old traditions. Practicality dictated their interior design, but it was equally important that furniture and objects form an attractive harmony. This ideal was also propagated by others, including Ellen Key, who advocated homes that were in a new and light style, in her essay “Skönhet för alla” (Beauty for All) in 1899. The Larssons moved to Lilla Hyttnäs, a house in Sundborn, in the summer of 1889. Here, Carl and Karin together created the interiors that made their home famous. Karin designed the furniture and textiles, which she embroidered and wove. A studio was fitted up in one of the hallways. It features many eye-catching details, including the funny man crowning a column. When a larger studio extension was added, this room became a workshop for the whole family. Date: Unknown date Medium (Swedish): Akvarell på papper. Glasad Dimensions: Height: 32 cm (12.6 in). Width: 43 cm (16.9 in). Framed: Height: 38 cm (15 in). Width: 53 cm (20.9 in). Depth: 4 cm (1.6 in). Inscriptions (Swedish): Signerad: C.L. [monogram]
 
 

When the Children have Gone to Bed. From A Home (26 watercolours)

Карл Ларссон
Artist: Carl Larsson (1853–1919) Alternative names: Carl Olof Larsson Swedish painter and interior designer Title: When the Children have Gone to Bed. From A Home (26 watercolours) Object type: Painting Description: Carl and Karin Larsson combined new design with old traditions. Practicality dictated their interior design, but it was equally important that furniture and objects form an attractive harmony. This ideal was also propagated by others, including Ellen Key, who advocated homes that were in a new and light style, in her essay “Skönhet för alla” (Beauty for All) in 1899. The Larssons moved to Lilla Hyttnäs, a house in Sundborn, in the summer of 1889. Here, Carl and Karin together created the interiors that made their home famous. Karin designed the furniture and textiles, which she embroidered and wove. A studio was fitted up in one of the hallways. It features many eye-catching details, including the funny man crowning a column. When a larger studio extension was added, this room became a workshop for the whole family. Date: Unknown date Medium (Swedish): Akvarell på papper. Glasad Dimensions: Height: 32 cm (12.6 in). Width: 43 cm (16.9 in). Framed: Height: 38 cm (15 in). Width: 53 cm (20.9 in). Depth: 3.5 cm (1.4 in). Inscriptions (Swedish): Signerad: C.L. [monogram]
 
 

Mamma's and the Small Girls' Room. From A Home (26 watercolours)

Карл Ларссон
Artist: Carl Larsson (1853–1919) Alternative names: Carl Olof Larsson Swedish painter and interior designer Title: Mamma's and the Small Girls' Room. From A Home (26 watercolours) Object type: Painting Description: Carl and Karin Larsson combined new design with old traditions. Practicality dictated their interior design, but it was equally important that furniture and objects form an attractive harmony. This ideal was also propagated by others, including Ellen Key, who advocated homes that were in a new and light style, in her essay “Skönhet för alla” (Beauty for All) in 1899. The Larssons moved to Lilla Hyttnäs, a house in Sundborn, in the summer of 1889. Here, Carl and Karin together created the interiors that made their home famous. Karin designed the furniture and textiles, which she embroidered and wove. A studio was fitted up in one of the hallways. It features many eye-catching details, including the funny man crowning a column. When a larger studio extension was added, this room became a workshop for the whole family. Date: Unknown date Medium (Swedish): Akvarell på papper. Glasad Dimensions: Height: 32 cm (12.6 in). Width: 43 cm (16.9 in). Framed: Height: 36 cm (14.2 in). Width: 51 cm (20.1 in). Depth: 2 cm (0.8 in). Inscriptions (Swedish): Signerad: C.L. [monogram]
 
 

In the Corner. From A Home (26 watercolours)

Карл Ларссон
Artist: Carl Larsson (1853–1919) Alternative names: Carl Olof Larsson Swedish painter and interior designer Title: Ett hem (26 akvareller) English: In the Corner. From A Home (26 watercolours) Object type: Painting Description: Carl and Karin Larsson combined new design with old traditions. Practicality dictated their interior design, but it was equally important that furniture and objects form an attractive harmony. This ideal was also propagated by others, including Ellen Key, who advocated homes that were in a new and light style, in her essay “Skönhet för alla” (Beauty for All) in 1899. The Larssons moved to Lilla Hyttnäs, a house in Sundborn, in the summer of 1889. Here, Carl and Karin together created the interiors that made their home famous. Karin designed the furniture and textiles, which she embroidered and wove. A studio was fitted up in one of the hallways. It features many eye-catching details, including the funny man crowning a column. When a larger studio extension was added, this room became a workshop for the whole family. Date: 1895 Medium (Swedish): Akvarell på papper. Glasad Dimensions: Height: 32 cm (12.6 in). Width: 43 cm (16.9 in). Framed: Height: 38 cm (15 in). Width: 54 cm (21.3 in). Depth: 4 cm (1.6 in). Inscriptions (Swedish): Signerad: C.L. [monogram]
 
 

Cosy Corner. From A Home (26 watercolours)

Карл Ларссон
Artist: Carl Larsson (1853–1919) Alternative names: Carl Olof Larsson Swedish painter and interior designer Title: Cosy Corner. From A Home (26 watercolours) Object type: Painting Description: Carl and Karin Larsson combined new design with old traditions. Practicality dictated their interior design, but it was equally important that furniture and objects form an attractive harmony. This ideal was also propagated by others, including Ellen Key, who advocated homes that were in a new and light style, in her essay “Skönhet för alla” (Beauty for All) in 1899. The Larssons moved to Lilla Hyttnäs, a house in Sundborn, in the summer of 1889. Here, Carl and Karin together created the interiors that made their home famous. Karin designed the furniture and textiles, which she embroidered and wove. A studio was fitted up in one of the hallways. It features many eye-catching details, including the funny man crowning a column. When a larger studio extension was added, this room became a workshop for the whole family. Date: Unknown date Medium (Swedish): Akvarell. Glasad Dimensions: Height: 32 cm (12.6 in). Width: 43 cm (16.9 in). Framed: Height: 39 cm (15.4 in). Width: 54 cm (21.3 in). Depth: 4 cm (1.6 in). Inscriptions (Swedish): Signerad: C.L. [monogram]
 
 

Isabella de' Medici

Аньоло Бронзино
Artist: Attributed to Bronzino (1503–1572) Alternative names: Birth name: Agnolo di Cosimo di Mariano Italian painter Work location: Florence Depicted people: Isabella de' Medici Title: Isabella de Medici (1542-1576) Object type: Painting Description: The young Isabella Romola de’ Medici lived in 16th-century Italy. She was the daughter of the mighty duke Cosimo de’ Medici, at whose court the artist Agnolo Bronzino was employed by the family and made countless paintings and portraits of its members. Isabella de’ Medici was depicted many times, as a child, as a young lady and as a grown woman. He never had the opportunity, however, to paint her in her old age, because she died young at the hands of her jealous husband. According to legend, Isabella still haunts the place where she was killed, in Villa de Cerrata Guidi outside Florence. Date: Unknown date Medium: Oil on wood Dimensions: Height: 44 cm (17.3 in). Width: 36 cm (14.2 in). Framed: Height: 70 cm (27.6 in). Width: 62 cm (24.4 in). Depth: 10 cm (3.9 in).
 
 

Old Anna. From A Home (26 watercolours)

Карл Ларссон
Artist: Carl Larsson (1853–1919) Alternative names: Carl Olof Larsson Swedish painter and interior designer Title: Old Anna. From A Home (26 watercolours) Object type: Painting Description: Carl and Karin Larsson combined new design with old traditions. Practicality dictated their interior design, but it was equally important that furniture and objects form an attractive harmony. This ideal was also propagated by others, including Ellen Key, who advocated homes that were in a new and light style, in her essay “Skönhet för alla” (Beauty for All) in 1899. The Larssons moved to Lilla Hyttnäs, a house in Sundborn, in the summer of 1889. Here, Carl and Karin together created the interiors that made their home famous. Karin designed the furniture and textiles, which she embroidered and wove. A studio was fitted up in one of the hallways. It features many eye-catching details, including the funny man crowning a column. When a larger studio extension was added, this room became a workshop for the whole family. Date: Unknown date Medium (Swedish): Akvarell. Glasad Dimensions: Height: 32 cm (12.6 in). Width: 43 cm (16.9 in). Framed: Height: 38 cm (15 in). Width: 52 cm (20.5 in). Depth: 2 cm (0.8 in). Inscriptions (Swedish): Signerad: C.L. (monogram)
 
 

The Kitchen. From A Home (26 watercolours)

Карл Ларссон
Artist: Carl Larsson (1853–1919) Alternative names: Carl Olof Larsson Swedish painter and interior designer Title: The Kitchen. From A Home (26 watercolours) Object type: Painting Description: Carl and Karin Larsson combined new design with old traditions. Practicality dictated their interior design, but it was equally important that furniture and objects form an attractive harmony. This ideal was also propagated by others, including Ellen Key, who advocated homes that were in a new and light style, in her essay “Skönhet för alla” (Beauty for All) in 1899. The Larssons moved to Lilla Hyttnäs, a house in Sundborn, in the summer of 1889. Here, Carl and Karin together created the interiors that made their home famous. Karin designed the furniture and textiles, which she embroidered and wove. A studio was fitted up in one of the hallways. It features many eye-catching details, including the funny man crowning a column. When a larger studio extension was added, this room became a workshop for the whole family. Date: Unknown date Medium (Swedish): Akvarell. Glasad Dimensions: Height: 32 cm (12.6 in). Width: 43 cm (16.9 in). Framed: Height: 37 cm (14.6 in). Width: 51 cm (20.1 in). Depth: 2 cm (0.8 in). Inscriptions (Swedish): Signerad: C.L. [monogram]