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Majestic and magical landscapes the soft beauty of fields of flowers the raw cold of winter the works of Harald Sohlberg 1869 1935 combine a romantic perception of nature with a contemporary pictorial language akin to symbolism Particularly beguiling is the lack of humans in these atmospheric works and the conspicuous presence of their trace Sohlberg's near total focus on the beauty of the natural landscape drawn largely from the mountainous region surrounding Rondane National Park in Norway suggests a critical attitude to the modern age and at the same time leaves space for the viewer to become privately immersed in these images Published to coincide with the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Sohlberg's birth this volume assemblesthan sixty paintings in addition to a number of drawings prints photographs and letters granting new insight into the conceptual world of this renowned Nordic artistMajestic and magical landscapes the soft beauty of fields of flowers the raw cold of winter the works of Harald Sohlberg 1869 1935 combine a romantic perception of nature with a contemporary pictorial language akin to symbolism Particularly beguiling is the lack of humans in these atmospheric works and the conspicuous presence of their trace Sohlberg's near total focus on the beauty of the natural landscape drawn largely from the mountainous region surrounding Rondane National Park in Norway suggests a critical attitude to the modern age and at the same time leaves space for the viewer to become privately immersed in these images Published to coincide with the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Sohlberg's birth this volume assemblesthan sixty paintings in addition to a number of drawings prints photographs and letters granting new insight into the conceptual world of this renowned Nordic artist Majestic and magical landscapes the soft beauty of fields of flowers the raw cold of winter the works of Harald Sohlberg 1869 1935 combine a romantic perception of nature with a contemporary pictorial language akin to symbolism Particularly beguiling is the lack of humans in these atmospheric works and the conspicuous presence of their trace Sohlberg's near total focus on the beauty of the natural landscape drawn largely from the mountainous region surrounding Rondane National Park in Norway suggests a critical attitude to the modern age and at the same time leaves space for the viewer to become privately immersed in these images Published to coincide with the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Sohlberg's birth this volume assemblesthan sixty paintings in addition to a number of drawings prints photographs and letters granting new insight into the conceptual world of this renowned Nordic artist