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Posted By Siebenbürgerin [Profile] [Gallery] Category Painting
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Title August Malmström - Olof Tryggvason's Conversion to Christian Doctrine
Description Johan August Malmström (14 October 1829 – 18 October 1901) was a Swedish painter. As an artist, he was known for his country motifs often featuring children. His most widely recognized work is Grindslanten, featuring a typical scene from 19th century Sweden. Influenced by the national romanticism of Gothicismus, he also collected motifs from Norse mythology. He made illustrations for publications of both Frithiofs Saga (Friðþjófs saga hins frœkna) and The Tales of Ensign Stål (Fänrik Ståls Sägner).

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