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    • Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique
      Feb. 11, 2024

      Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique

      Est: $1,900 - $2,500

      ARTIST: Ferdinand Fagerlin (Swedish, 1825 - 1907) NAME: Interior Scene YEAR: 1873 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few small paint losses. Some craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120452 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: In the middle of the 19th century, an important epoch began in Swedish art life, what is usually called the Dusseldorf painting. In 1850, the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm arranged an exhibition with Scandinavian artists, they lived in a time when Scandinavianism was celebrated as never before. At this exhibition, it was mainly two Norwegian painters who attracted attention and interest, the genre painter Adolf Tidemand and the landscape painter Hans Gude. It was certainly these artists who inspired the many Swedish painters to leave Sweden. Germany, Holland and France loomed. Among the genre painters who traveled south early was the Stockholmer Ferdinand Fagerlin. In 1853 he embarked on the journey to Dusseldorf, a city that would remain his home for the rest of his life. His motive circle gradually became increasingly Dutch. From the beginning of the 1860s, the North Sea coast became the destination for his summer trips, where he made narrative paintings, sketches and drafts, with the fishing population in the center. It was primarily, as Flicka in front of the mirror shows, the interiors that interested the painter. He appears here as the indomitable realist who, with a sharp eye, pays equal attention to both persons and objects. The paintings become historical anecdotes that tell about the population's life and living, its houses, interiors and furniture, household utensils and tools, textiles and costumes, for everyday life as well as for holidays. It is this world of images that Fagerlin brings into Swedish painting. For despite the fact that he had settled in Germany and was married to a German girl, he always considered himself Swedish and closely followed the art development of his home country. Among other things, he took part in the Opponents' protest against the Academy in 1885. Ferdinand Fagerlin made his real breakthrough at an international exhibition in Dublin in 1865. After that, the Swedish critics did not spare the praise either. In 1891, Olof Granberg wrote the following, which can be seen as a summary of Ferdinand Fagerlin's painting: “His works are not indifferent, meaningless studies, but have qualities that must appeal to everyone through the soulfulness of the presentation and the superior characteristics, not to mention perfected technical execution. Each work is an interesting, ingeniously depicted chapter of human life with its shadows and days, marked by psychological sharpness and depicted with unsurpassed mastery. ".

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique
      Nov. 12, 2023

      Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique

      Est: $2,000 - $2,600

      ARTIST: Ferdinand Fagerlin (Swedish, 1825 - 1907) NAME: Interior Scene YEAR: 1873 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few small paint losses. Some craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120452 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: In the middle of the 19th century, an important epoch began in Swedish art life, what is usually called the Dusseldorf painting. In 1850, the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm arranged an exhibition with Scandinavian artists, they lived in a time when Scandinavianism was celebrated as never before. At this exhibition, it was mainly two Norwegian painters who attracted attention and interest, the genre painter Adolf Tidemand and the landscape painter Hans Gude. It was certainly these artists who inspired the many Swedish painters to leave Sweden. Germany, Holland and France loomed. Among the genre painters who traveled south early was the Stockholmer Ferdinand Fagerlin. In 1853 he embarked on the journey to Dusseldorf, a city that would remain his home for the rest of his life. His motive circle gradually became increasingly Dutch. From the beginning of the 1860s, the North Sea coast became the destination for his summer trips, where he made narrative paintings, sketches and drafts, with the fishing population in the center. It was primarily, as Flicka in front of the mirror shows, the interiors that interested the painter. He appears here as the indomitable realist who, with a sharp eye, pays equal attention to both persons and objects. The paintings become historical anecdotes that tell about the population's life and living, its houses, interiors and furniture, household utensils and tools, textiles and costumes, for everyday life as well as for holidays. It is this world of images that Fagerlin brings into Swedish painting. For despite the fact that he had settled in Germany and was married to a German girl, he always considered himself Swedish and closely followed the art development of his home country. Among other things, he took part in the Opponents' protest against the Academy in 1885. Ferdinand Fagerlin made his real breakthrough at an international exhibition in Dublin in 1865. After that, the Swedish critics did not spare the praise either. In 1891, Olof Granberg wrote the following, which can be seen as a summary of Ferdinand Fagerlin's painting: “His works are not indifferent, meaningless studies, but have qualities that must appeal to everyone through the soulfulness of the presentation and the superior characteristics, not to mention perfected technical execution. Each work is an interesting, ingeniously depicted chapter of human life with its shadows and days, marked by psychological sharpness and depicted with unsurpassed mastery. ".

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique
      Aug. 20, 2023

      Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique

      Est: $2,000 - $2,600

      ARTIST: Ferdinand Fagerlin (Swedish, 1825 - 1907) NAME: Interior Scene YEAR: 1873 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few small paint losses. Some craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120452 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: In the middle of the 19th century, an important epoch began in Swedish art life, what is usually called the Dusseldorf painting. In 1850, the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm arranged an exhibition with Scandinavian artists, they lived in a time when Scandinavianism was celebrated as never before. At this exhibition, it was mainly two Norwegian painters who attracted attention and interest, the genre painter Adolf Tidemand and the landscape painter Hans Gude. It was certainly these artists who inspired the many Swedish painters to leave Sweden. Germany, Holland and France loomed. Among the genre painters who traveled south early was the Stockholmer Ferdinand Fagerlin. In 1853 he embarked on the journey to Dusseldorf, a city that would remain his home for the rest of his life. His motive circle gradually became increasingly Dutch. From the beginning of the 1860s, the North Sea coast became the destination for his summer trips, where he made narrative paintings, sketches and drafts, with the fishing population in the center. It was primarily, as Flicka in front of the mirror shows, the interiors that interested the painter. He appears here as the indomitable realist who, with a sharp eye, pays equal attention to both persons and objects. The paintings become historical anecdotes that tell about the population's life and living, its houses, interiors and furniture, household utensils and tools, textiles and costumes, for everyday life as well as for holidays. It is this world of images that Fagerlin brings into Swedish painting. For despite the fact that he had settled in Germany and was married to a German girl, he always considered himself Swedish and closely followed the art development of his home country. Among other things, he took part in the Opponents' protest against the Academy in 1885. Ferdinand Fagerlin made his real breakthrough at an international exhibition in Dublin in 1865. After that, the Swedish critics did not spare the praise either. In 1891, Olof Granberg wrote the following, which can be seen as a summary of Ferdinand Fagerlin's painting: “His works are not indifferent, meaningless studies, but have qualities that must appeal to everyone through the soulfulness of the presentation and the superior characteristics, not to mention perfected technical execution. Each work is an interesting, ingeniously depicted chapter of human life with its shadows and days, marked by psychological sharpness and depicted with unsurpassed mastery. ".

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique
      May. 14, 2023

      Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique

      Est: $2,100 - $2,700

      ARTIST: Ferdinand Fagerlin (Swedish, 1825 - 1907) NAME: Interior Scene YEAR: 1873 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few small paint losses. Some craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120452 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: In the middle of the 19th century, an important epoch began in Swedish art life, what is usually called the Dusseldorf painting. In 1850, the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm arranged an exhibition with Scandinavian artists, they lived in a time when Scandinavianism was celebrated as never before. At this exhibition, it was mainly two Norwegian painters who attracted attention and interest, the genre painter Adolf Tidemand and the landscape painter Hans Gude. It was certainly these artists who inspired the many Swedish painters to leave Sweden. Germany, Holland and France loomed. Among the genre painters who traveled south early was the Stockholmer Ferdinand Fagerlin. In 1853 he embarked on the journey to Dusseldorf, a city that would remain his home for the rest of his life. His motive circle gradually became increasingly Dutch. From the beginning of the 1860s, the North Sea coast became the destination for his summer trips, where he made narrative paintings, sketches and drafts, with the fishing population in the center. It was primarily, as Flicka in front of the mirror shows, the interiors that interested the painter. He appears here as the indomitable realist who, with a sharp eye, pays equal attention to both persons and objects. The paintings become historical anecdotes that tell about the population's life and living, its houses, interiors and furniture, household utensils and tools, textiles and costumes, for everyday life as well as for holidays. It is this world of images that Fagerlin brings into Swedish painting. For despite the fact that he had settled in Germany and was married to a German girl, he always considered himself Swedish and closely followed the art development of his home country. Among other things, he took part in the Opponents' protest against the Academy in 1885. Ferdinand Fagerlin made his real breakthrough at an international exhibition in Dublin in 1865. After that, the Swedish critics did not spare the praise either. In 1891, Olof Granberg wrote the following, which can be seen as a summary of Ferdinand Fagerlin's painting: “His works are not indifferent, meaningless studies, but have qualities that must appeal to everyone through the soulfulness of the presentation and the superior characteristics, not to mention perfected technical execution. Each work is an interesting, ingeniously depicted chapter of human life with its shadows and days, marked by psychological sharpness and depicted with unsurpassed mastery. ".

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique
      Feb. 12, 2023

      Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique

      Est: $2,200 - $2,800

      ARTIST: Ferdinand Fagerlin (Swedish, 1825 - 1907) NAME: Interior Scene YEAR: 1873 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few small paint losses. Some craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120452 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: In the middle of the 19th century, an important epoch began in Swedish art life, what is usually called the Dusseldorf painting. In 1850, the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm arranged an exhibition with Scandinavian artists, they lived in a time when Scandinavianism was celebrated as never before. At this exhibition, it was mainly two Norwegian painters who attracted attention and interest, the genre painter Adolf Tidemand and the landscape painter Hans Gude. It was certainly these artists who inspired the many Swedish painters to leave Sweden. Germany, Holland and France loomed. Among the genre painters who traveled south early was the Stockholmer Ferdinand Fagerlin. In 1853 he embarked on the journey to Dusseldorf, a city that would remain his home for the rest of his life. His motive circle gradually became increasingly Dutch. From the beginning of the 1860s, the North Sea coast became the destination for his summer trips, where he made narrative paintings, sketches and drafts, with the fishing population in the center. It was primarily, as Flicka in front of the mirror shows, the interiors that interested the painter. He appears here as the indomitable realist who, with a sharp eye, pays equal attention to both persons and objects. The paintings become historical anecdotes that tell about the population's life and living, its houses, interiors and furniture, household utensils and tools, textiles and costumes, for everyday life as well as for holidays. It is this world of images that Fagerlin brings into Swedish painting. For despite the fact that he had settled in Germany and was married to a German girl, he always considered himself Swedish and closely followed the art development of his home country. Among other things, he took part in the Opponents' protest against the Academy in 1885. Ferdinand Fagerlin made his real breakthrough at an international exhibition in Dublin in 1865. After that, the Swedish critics did not spare the praise either. In 1891, Olof Granberg wrote the following, which can be seen as a summary of Ferdinand Fagerlin's painting: “His works are not indifferent, meaningless studies, but have qualities that must appeal to everyone through the soulfulness of the presentation and the superior characteristics, not to mention perfected technical execution. Each work is an interesting, ingeniously depicted chapter of human life with its shadows and days, marked by psychological sharpness and depicted with unsurpassed mastery. ".

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    • Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique
      Nov. 13, 2022

      Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique

      Est: $2,300 - $2,900

      ARTIST: Ferdinand Fagerlin (Swedish, 1825 - 1907) NAME: Interior Scene YEAR: 1873 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few small paint losses. Some craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120452 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: In the middle of the 19th century, an important epoch began in Swedish art life, what is usually called the Dusseldorf painting. In 1850, the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm arranged an exhibition with Scandinavian artists, they lived in a time when Scandinavianism was celebrated as never before. At this exhibition, it was mainly two Norwegian painters who attracted attention and interest, the genre painter Adolf Tidemand and the landscape painter Hans Gude. It was certainly these artists who inspired the many Swedish painters to leave Sweden. Germany, Holland and France loomed. Among the genre painters who traveled south early was the Stockholmer Ferdinand Fagerlin. In 1853 he embarked on the journey to Dusseldorf, a city that would remain his home for the rest of his life. His motive circle gradually became increasingly Dutch. From the beginning of the 1860s, the North Sea coast became the destination for his summer trips, where he made narrative paintings, sketches and drafts, with the fishing population in the center. It was primarily, as Flicka in front of the mirror shows, the interiors that interested the painter. He appears here as the indomitable realist who, with a sharp eye, pays equal attention to both persons and objects. The paintings become historical anecdotes that tell about the population's life and living, its houses, interiors and furniture, household utensils and tools, textiles and costumes, for everyday life as well as for holidays. It is this world of images that Fagerlin brings into Swedish painting. For despite the fact that he had settled in Germany and was married to a German girl, he always considered himself Swedish and closely followed the art development of his home country. Among other things, he took part in the Opponents' protest against the Academy in 1885. Ferdinand Fagerlin made his real breakthrough at an international exhibition in Dublin in 1865. After that, the Swedish critics did not spare the praise either. In 1891, Olof Granberg wrote the following, which can be seen as a summary of Ferdinand Fagerlin's painting: “His works are not indifferent, meaningless studies, but have qualities that must appeal to everyone through the soulfulness of the presentation and the superior characteristics, not to mention perfected technical execution. Each work is an interesting, ingeniously depicted chapter of human life with its shadows and days, marked by psychological sharpness and depicted with unsurpassed mastery. ".

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique
      Aug. 21, 2022

      Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique

      Est: $2,400 - $3,000

      ARTIST: Ferdinand Fagerlin (Swedish, 1825 - 1907) NAME: Interior Scene YEAR: 1873 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few small paint losses. Some craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120452 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: In the middle of the 19th century, an important epoch began in Swedish art life, what is usually called the Dusseldorf painting. In 1850, the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm arranged an exhibition with Scandinavian artists, they lived in a time when Scandinavianism was celebrated as never before. At this exhibition, it was mainly two Norwegian painters who attracted attention and interest, the genre painter Adolf Tidemand and the landscape painter Hans Gude. It was certainly these artists who inspired the many Swedish painters to leave Sweden. Germany, Holland and France loomed. Among the genre painters who traveled south early was the Stockholmer Ferdinand Fagerlin. In 1853 he embarked on the journey to Dusseldorf, a city that would remain his home for the rest of his life. His motive circle gradually became increasingly Dutch. From the beginning of the 1860s, the North Sea coast became the destination for his summer trips, where he made narrative paintings, sketches and drafts, with the fishing population in the center. It was primarily, as Flicka in front of the mirror shows, the interiors that interested the painter. He appears here as the indomitable realist who, with a sharp eye, pays equal attention to both persons and objects. The paintings become historical anecdotes that tell about the population's life and living, its houses, interiors and furniture, household utensils and tools, textiles and costumes, for everyday life as well as for holidays. It is this world of images that Fagerlin brings into Swedish painting. For despite the fact that he had settled in Germany and was married to a German girl, he always considered himself Swedish and closely followed the art development of his home country. Among other things, he took part in the Opponents' protest against the Academy in 1885. Ferdinand Fagerlin made his real breakthrough at an international exhibition in Dublin in 1865. After that, the Swedish critics did not spare the praise either. In 1891, Olof Granberg wrote the following, which can be seen as a summary of Ferdinand Fagerlin's painting: “His works are not indifferent, meaningless studies, but have qualities that must appeal to everyone through the soulfulness of the presentation and the superior characteristics, not to mention perfected technical execution. Each work is an interesting, ingeniously depicted chapter of human life with its shadows and days, marked by psychological sharpness and depicted with unsurpassed mastery. ".

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique
      May. 08, 2022

      Ferdinand Fagerlin (Sweden,1825-1907) oil painting antique

      Est: $2,500 - $3,200

      ARTIST: Ferdinand Fagerlin (Swedish, 1825 - 1907) NAME: Interior Scene YEAR: 1873 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Few small paint losses. Some craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 16 x 20 inches / 40 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120452 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: In the middle of the 19th century, an important epoch began in Swedish art life, what is usually called the Dusseldorf painting. In 1850, the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm arranged an exhibition with Scandinavian artists, they lived in a time when Scandinavianism was celebrated as never before. At this exhibition, it was mainly two Norwegian painters who attracted attention and interest, the genre painter Adolf Tidemand and the landscape painter Hans Gude. It was certainly these artists who inspired the many Swedish painters to leave Sweden. Germany, Holland and France loomed. Among the genre painters who traveled south early was the Stockholmer Ferdinand Fagerlin. In 1853 he embarked on the journey to Dusseldorf, a city that would remain his home for the rest of his life. His motive circle gradually became increasingly Dutch. From the beginning of the 1860s, the North Sea coast became the destination for his summer trips, where he made narrative paintings, sketches and drafts, with the fishing population in the center. It was primarily, as Flicka in front of the mirror shows, the interiors that interested the painter. He appears here as the indomitable realist who, with a sharp eye, pays equal attention to both persons and objects. The paintings become historical anecdotes that tell about the population's life and living, its houses, interiors and furniture, household utensils and tools, textiles and costumes, for everyday life as well as for holidays. It is this world of images that Fagerlin brings into Swedish painting. For despite the fact that he had settled in Germany and was married to a German girl, he always considered himself Swedish and closely followed the art development of his home country. Among other things, he took part in the Opponents' protest against the Academy in 1885. Ferdinand Fagerlin made his real breakthrough at an international exhibition in Dublin in 1865. After that, the Swedish critics did not spare the praise either. In 1891, Olof Granberg wrote the following, which can be seen as a summary of Ferdinand Fagerlin's painting: “His works are not indifferent, meaningless studies, but have qualities that must appeal to everyone through the soulfulness of the presentation and the superior characteristics, not to mention perfected technical execution. Each work is an interesting, ingeniously depicted chapter of human life with its shadows and days, marked by psychological sharpness and depicted with unsurpassed mastery. ".

      Broward Auction Gallery LLC
    • FERDINAND FAGERLIN (SWEDISH, 1825-1907).
      Jan. 09, 2022

      FERDINAND FAGERLIN (SWEDISH, 1825-1907).

      Est: $400 - $600

      Oil on canvas. Genre Scene. 1873. Signed and dated lower left. From a Long Island, NY collection.

      Clarke Auction Gallery
    • FERDINAND FAGERLIN (SWEDISH, 1825-1907) PORTRAIT OF A MAN WITH A BEARD 42cm x 52cm (16.5in x 20.5in)
      Nov. 22, 2017

      FERDINAND FAGERLIN (SWEDISH, 1825-1907) PORTRAIT OF A MAN WITH A BEARD 42cm x 52cm (16.5in x 20.5in)

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      FERDINAND FAGERLIN (SWEDISH, 1825-1907) PORTRAIT OF A MAN WITH A BEARD Signed, oil on board 42cm x 52cm (16.5in x 20.5in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin
      Aug. 27, 2013

      Ferdinand Fagerlin

      Est: kr6,000 - kr8,000

      Ferdinand Fagerlin 1825-1907. Efter, (Jean-Baptiste Chardin 1699-1779) "Bordsbönen". Signerad Ferd. Fagerlin. Olja på duk, 49 x 38.

      Auktionskammare Uppsala
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin Swedish, 1825-1907 The Card Game
      Jun. 06, 2012

      Ferdinand Fagerlin Swedish, 1825-1907 The Card Game

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Ferdinand Fagerlin Swedish, 1825-1907 The Card Game Signed F. Fagerlin. (lr) Oil on canvas 12 1/8 x 16 1/8 inches C The Marilyn Goldstein Trust

      Doyle New York
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin Swedish, 1825-1907 Growing Old Together
      Nov. 02, 2011

      Ferdinand Fagerlin Swedish, 1825-1907 Growing Old Together

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      Ferdinand Fagerlin Swedish, 1825-1907 Growing Old Together Signed Ferd. Fagerlin and inscribed DF (ll) Oil on canvas 22 1/4 x 19 1/2 inches (56.5 x 49.5 cm) C Estate of Dorothea Austin

      Doyle New York
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin Swedish, 1825-1907 Mending the Nets, 1880
      Nov. 02, 2011

      Ferdinand Fagerlin Swedish, 1825-1907 Mending the Nets, 1880

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Ferdinand Fagerlin Swedish, 1825-1907 Mending the Nets, 1880 Signed Ferd. Fagerlin and dated DF. 80. (ll) Oil on canvas 22 1/4 x 19 1/2 inches (56.5 x 49.5 cm) Provenance: Sutphin Art Gallery, Forest Hills, New York C Estate of Dorothea Austin

      Doyle New York
    • Ferdinand Fagerlin 1825-1907. Stuginteriör med
      Aug. 29, 2011

      Ferdinand Fagerlin 1825-1907. Stuginteriör med

      Est: kr3,000 - kr4,000

      Ferdinand Fagerlin 1825-1907. Stuginteriör med kvinna och katt. Signerad Ferd....

      Auktionskammare Uppsala
    • FAGERLIN, FERDINAND, 1825-1907 Interiör med kvinna
      May. 07, 2011

      FAGERLIN, FERDINAND, 1825-1907 Interiör med kvinna

      Est: - kr2,500

      FAGERLIN, FERDINAND, 1825-1907 Interiör med kvinna med dryckesstop. Efter Gabriel Metsu målning i Louvren. A tergó intyg av professor Axel Romdahl 1935. Pannå, 23,5x21,5.

      Crafoord Auktioner
    • FAGERLIN, FERDINAND, 1825-1907 Interiör med äldre
      May. 08, 2010

      FAGERLIN, FERDINAND, 1825-1907 Interiör med äldre

      Est: - kr4,000

      FAGERLIN, FERDINAND, 1825-1907 Interiör med äldre kvinna och sovande pojke med hund. Monogramsignerad FF. A tergó intyg från dbo. Duk, 25x30.

      Crafoord Auktioner
    • FERDINAND FAGERLIN 1825-1907 Flicka framför
      May. 28, 2009

      FERDINAND FAGERLIN 1825-1907 Flicka framför

      Est: kr30,000 - kr40,000

      FERDINAND FAGERLIN 1825-1907 Flicka framför spegeln interiör Signerad och daterad Ferd. Fagerlin Df 1871. Olja på duk, 47 x 47 cm. PROVENIENS: Svensk-Engelska Konstgalleriet, Stockholm 1936 I mitten av 1800-talet inleddes en viktig epok i svenskt konstliv, det som brukar kallas düsseldorfmåleriet. 1850 arrangerade Konstakademien i ...

      Stockholms Auktionsverket
    • FERDINAND FAGERLIN 1825-1907 Högläsning Signerad
      May. 29, 2008

      FERDINAND FAGERLIN 1825-1907 Högläsning Signerad

      Est: kr125,000 - kr150,000

      FERDINAND FAGERLIN 1825-1907 Högläsning Signerad och daterad Ferd Fagerlin Drf (Düsseldorf) -50. Olja på duk, 88 x 79 cm.

      Stockholms Auktionsverket
    • FERDINAND FAGERLIN 1825-1907 Allmogeinteriör med
      May. 31, 2007

      FERDINAND FAGERLIN 1825-1907 Allmogeinteriör med

      Est: -

      FERDINAND FAGERLIN 1825-1907 Allmogeinteriör med sovande kvinna vid vagga Signerad och daterad Ferd Fagerlin DF. Olja på duk, 57 x 64 cm.

      Stockholms Auktionsverket
    • FERDINAND FAGERLIN SWEDISH, 1825-1907
      Jun. 15, 2004

      FERDINAND FAGERLIN SWEDISH, 1825-1907

      Est: £12,000 - £18,000

      signed and inscribed Ferd Fagerlin Düsseldorf l.r. oil on canvas

      Sotheby's
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