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King Lear I (Oil on canvas (modern)) - Bengt LINDSTROM


King Lear I

Oil on canvas (modern) LCD5501



Bengt Lindström began his artistic training by attending the Stockholm Academy (1944-1945) and the Isaac Grünewald School of Painting. He then drew with Aksel Jorgensen in Copenhagen in 1946, before going to Chicago (1946-1947) and moving to Paris. There he worked in the studios of Fernand Léger and André Lhote.

In 1949, he began to paint less figuratively and more colourfully. He had his first solo exhibition in Sweden in 1954 at the Gummesson Art Fair. From the 1950s onwards, he participated in several group exhibitions and salons in Paris (Réalités nouvelles; Salon d'octobre).

Although he is often formally associated with Cobra painting and is a friend of Jorn, the artist claims to be more influenced by the Nordic painting of Nolde, Munch or Ensor. He is also influenced by folk art, Sami mythology and the shamans of the Far North.

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