|Marsh Marigold Night, ca. 1915, Nikolai Astrup|
|Spring Evening By The Vicarage Pond, Nikolai Astrup|
|File this in your mind's map, along|
side images of fjords, mountains,
meadows, long summer days and
harsh, endless, winter nights.
|As with many landscape painters, Astrup seldom painted |
portraits, especially his own.
|A rare Astrup portrait,|
Portrait of Miss B.
|Nikolai Astrup's most famous image, seen here in two different|
paintings and a color etching (lower-right), rivals Munch's
The Scream as an icon of Norwegian art. The paintings
have accumulated several different titles, by the way.
|Not all of Astrup's work reflected the Norwegian landscape.|
He also painted a limited number of Norwegian nudes as well.
Click above for more on Nikolai Astrup's work.
|Two Lovers, Nikolai Astrup. Notice the dude|
in the hayloft enjoying the view.
|The interior of Astrup's studio, |
with his easel and hats.