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Eero Järnefelt

Finnish Landscape

1885–1932

Erik (Eero) Nikolai Järnefelt (8 November 1863 in Vyborg – 15 November 1937 in Helsinki) was a Finnish painter and art professor. He is best known for his portraits and landscapes of the area around Koli National Park. He studied at St Petersburg Academy of Arts and later at the Académie Julian in Paris. He is known for his panoramic landscape views, but he also treasured the tiniest details of nature as equally valuable subjects. He was even an accomplished portraitist. Nature and reality were the true inspirations for Järnefelt’s art.

Finnish Landscape
Landscape with a wooden shed, 1885
Finnish Landscape
After the storm, 1885
Finnish Landscape
Winter landscape, 1898
Finnish Landscape
Landscape from Köningssee, 1932
Finnish Landscape
Landscape with a stream, Undated
Finnish Landscape
Maisema Kolilta, Undated
Finnish Landscape
Burning the brushwood, 1893
Finnish Landscape
Autumn landscape of lake Pielisjärvi, 1899
Finnish Landscape
Beach, 1896
Finnish Landscape
Spring flooding in Tuusulanjärvi, 1913
Finnish Landscape
Pond water crowfoot, 1895
Finnish Landscape
Cows in turf smoke, 1891
64°00'00.0"N 26°00'00.0"E

Location: Finland
Movement: Realism, Naturalism

Text: Wikipedia - Jyväskylä Art Museum


Posted: November 2019
Category: Painting

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