Thursday, March 17, 2022

01 Painting, The amorous game,Gunilla Mann's Dancing couple - With Footnotes

Gunilla Mann, (Born 1947)
Dancing couple
Oil on canvas
27 x 18 cm
Private collection

Gunilla Mann, born in 1947 in Gothenburg , is a Swedish painter, artist, graphic artist and sculptor.

Mann grew up in Majorna and Masthugget in Gothenburg. She studied at Handicraft Society School from 1962 to 1967 and at Hovedskou painting school from 1968 to 1972. Mann now divides her time between Österlen and Södermalm in Stockholm . She has worked in winter in Stockholm or its surroundings since 1972. First in her studio at Djurö , then in Sköndal and from 1989 in her studio at Götgatsbacken. In Österlen, Gunilla Mann has been active during the summer with a studio and exhibition in Rarium since 1990.

Gunilla Mann's paintings, lithographs and gouaches are colorful depictions of life. The style is naive and narrative style and is characterized by great detail. More on Gunilla Mann





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