ART FROM FINLAND - Henrik Stenlund
Updated 27th June 2017 Return
Top: Salome and Herod 2008 - pencil 40x30, -- a classic story of power and allurement. In the background find two wood-cut prints.
Below: Artist at the "Manööveri" exhibition in Pukkilanvintti Gallery, Summer 2015, Pukkila, Finland
Invitation to the exhibition in Pukkila
Personal catalog at Stockholm exhibition in 2013
Exhibition catalogs of some earlier exhibitions:
Book on Group Finn Sixpack
"Old Barns in Pukkila", oil 2014 50x60
"An Old Fence in the Snow", oil 2014 60x100
"An Old Farm, in Pukkila", oil 2014 50x60
"A view to the ground", oil 2014 25x37
"A Forest in Autumn", water colour 2014 40x50
Inquire for pricing or place an offer for the paintings shown.
Born in 1952. Mr. Stenlund has participated in 70+ national exhibitions. He has painted actively since 2006, starting with pencil and charcoal. He has since extended to acryl, woodcut and other prints, watercolor, oil and pastel. He is an experimenter in these techniques inventing fresh ways to express ideas.
He spends every year weeks in forests painting and drawing. There is the unique possibility of becoming one with the atmosphere of nature and starting to express it on canvas. He adds symbolism to his art which is mostly about nature and man’s relation to it. Environmental issues have been in his working focus since the beginning.
Mr. Stenlund has lots of paintings in stock and he is actively painting new ones. Please inquire. Call us at (+358 41 4457 397) or use email ( art(at)visilab.fi ).
Terms valid on this artist: Prices FOB Monninkylä, Finland, extra freight cost further to buyer. Buyer's local VAT and customs expenses are added to prices. Time of delivery approximately 2 to 4 weeks from receipt of payment. DHL/TNT courier is used to speed up delivery with insured transport.
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