The work of Nikolai Astrup titled the "Buttercup Night" was created back in 1915, just at the peak of the master's creative success. Like the other canvases of the artist, the main motive in this work is the beauty and grace of the Norwegian province....
Unlike his modernist contemporaries, Nikolai Astrup did not paint bohemians and urban landscapes. Instead, he sought the beauty of his native land and simple rural areas. The master was fond of drawing Norwegian nature, to which he was always close....
This canvas was created by the talented son of the famous Norwegian master Hans Dahl, Hans Andreas. One would consider the creative techniques and plots of the paintings written by father and son to be similar, but it should be noted that the style of the latter is more impressionistic, and that...
This work belongs to the brush of Hans Andreas Dahl, a gifted son of the Norwegian master Hans Dahl. As the only teacher of the novice painted was his talented father, most of the works by both artists are quite similar in style and the motifs used, and this fact often causes confusion in...
This charming picture belongs to the series of works by the artists from far northern country, poetically painting the rural life of Norway. The works of this kind might be treated as a fairy tale, originated in the painter’s head, or rather, the ideal image, isolated from the socio-economic...
This painting by the Norwegian master is the one where he proved himself to be an excellent colorist, since here the color combinations are more harmonious in their diversity, than in any other of his works....
The canvases by this Norwegian master do not pretend to be pathetic, neither do they depict cataclysms shaking the world to the ground....
This truly charming picture presents the hard work of the peasants as a holiday. The poeticization of everyday life is typical for almost all the master's paintings, devoted to the beauty of his home northern country and the local hardworking people....
The pictures of the present Norwegian-Swedish master traditionally depict the significantly idealized and embellished everyday life of the rural people and workers of the country; however, their artistic and aesthetic merits are beyond any doubt....
The works created by Hans Dahl, depicting the fjords of his native country of Norway, could for sure compete with the ones by the recognized marine painter, Aivazovsky, in their mastery of showing water and waves. However, they would still significantly differ in their scale and style....