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The Art and Life of Hilma by Klint

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Picture book for younger readers about the world-renowned Swedish artist, Hilma af Klint (1862-1944), which Louisiana exhibited in 2014. This book is not only about Hilma af Klint's art, but also about the magic that surrounded her. The book offers quality reproductions of Klint's works and with illustrations by Karin Eklund, it will appeal to all children who want to learn more about the exciting life and work of this pioneering artist.

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Picture book for younger readers about the world-renowned Swedish artist, Hilma af Klint (1862-1944), which Louisiana exhibited in 2014. This book is not only about Hilma af Klint's art, but also about the magic that surrounded her. The book offers quality reproductions of Klint's works and with illustrations by Karin Eklund, it will appeal to all children who want to learn more about the exciting life and work of this pioneering artist.

Hilma af Klint (1862-1944) began painting her abstract and highly symbolic pictures as early as 1906, long before Kandinsky and Malevich reached what is generally considered the birth of modern abstract art.

Klint was heavily influenced by spiritual ideologies and claimed that she painted under instruction from the spirit world, for the future. Until recently overlooked by art historians, she is now celebrated worldwide, and will be the subject of a major exhibition at Tate Modern in 2023.

Dimensions: H: 28 x W: 21 cm
Pages: 64
Language: English
Author: Ylva Hillström + Karin Eklund
Publisher: Thames & Hudsen Ltd


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