Finnish Visual Arts Lecture Series

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Welcome to the fascinating world of Finnish visual arts, artistry and artist lives during the Finnish Golden era (ca 1880-1910)!

Slides for past lectures available here:

Finnish Institute in Japan will organise a lecture series about the golden era of Finnish visual arts and its most beloved and known artists. Join the lectures in Zoom on Tuesdays throughout April and May at 17:00-18:30PM. All lectures are free of charge, Held in English and interpreted into Japanese. Tickets for all lectures are available at the link below.

March 23rd, Helene Schjerfbeck (lecturer: Anna-Maria Wiljanen)
April 6th, Pekka Halonen (lecturer: Pasi Järvinen)
April 13th, Elin Danielson-Gambogi (lecturer: Anna-Maria Wiljanen)
April 20th, Albert Edelfelt (lecturer: Anna-Maria Wiljanen)
April 27th, Ellen Thesleff (lecturer: Pasi Järvinen)
May 4th, Emil Wikström (lecturer: Pasi Järvinen)
May 11th, Maria Wiik (lecturer: Anna-Maria Wiljanen)
May 18th, Akseli Gallen-Kallela (lecturer: Pasi Järvinen)
May 25th, Hugo Simberg (lecturer: Anna-Maria Wiljanen)

Registration in the link:

Painting: Hugo Simberg: The Wounded Angel, Oil on canvas, 1903, Ateneum Art Museum, Finnish National Gallery.