NILS HANSON, Swedish 1900-1996, oil on canvas signed , view of Lodeve, Herault, France.
1919-1920 - studied as Gardener.
1921 - moved to the U.S.A. and established himself as a garden designer.
1923-1928 - studies at the Cleveland School of Art in Ohio.
1936 - studies sculpture at the Cranbrook Academy in Detroit.
1930-1937 - exhibited sculpture at the Cleveland Art Museum, as well in New York and Cincinnati.
1937 - returns to Sweden, were he works with Carl Milles for a period as a painter.
1943 - Solo Exhibition at Karlskoga, and exhibited with the Swedish General Art Association.
His works include, still lives, portraits, landscapes from the Stockholm area as well as the coast of Skåne, southern Sweden, illustrations of sculptures and figures.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, U.S.A.
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, U.S.A.
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Ystad Museum of Art, Sweden
Trelleborg Museum, Sweden
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