At The Farm, Ulvin

size(cm): 45x55
Sale price€157,95 EUR


The painting At the Farm, Ulvin by Norwegian artist Gerhard Munthe is a masterpiece of the artistic style known as Art Nouveau. Originally sized 128 x 156 cm, this painting was created in 1892 and depicts a pastoral scene on a farm in Norway.

The composition of the painting is impressive, with a huge amount of detail that makes the image come alive. Munthe uses the technique of perspective to create a sense of depth in the image, making the viewer feel as if they are on the farm. The composition is also balanced, with elements carefully placed in the image to create a sense of harmony.

Color is another interesting aspect of painting. Munthe uses a soft and subtle color palette to create a sense of calm and serenity in the image. Green and brown tones dominate the image, reflecting nature and life on the farm. The details in the colors of the animals and the clothes of the people are also impressive.

The story behind the painting is also fascinating. Munthe created this painting as part of a series of works depicting farm life in Norway. He was interested in rural life and wanted to capture the beauty and simplicity of farm life. The painting was very well received by the public and became one of Munthe's most famous works.

There are also little-known aspects of painting. For example, Munthe used embroidery techniques in the painting to create additional texture and detail in the image. It is also said that the figure of the woman in the painting is actually Munthe's wife, which adds a personal touch to the work.

In short, the painting At the Farm, Ulvin by Gerhard Munthe is an Art Nouveau masterpiece depicting farm life in Norway. The composition, the color and the story behind the painting are all fascinating aspects that make this work one of the most interesting of the 19th century.

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