|Christmas Eve, 1904–05, Carl Larsson|
|Could these not easily pass for the work of Norman Rockwell?|
|Cray Fishing with the Family, 1896, Carl Larsson|
|Larsson rose from extreme poverty solely as the |
result of his artistic talents.
|Larsson's studio was typical of artists' turn of the century workplaces.|
|The Larsson family bungalow, still owned by the family but now a museum featuring their father's work.|
|A studio Idyll, 1884-85, Carl |
Larsson, the artist's wife with
their first child, Suzanne.
|Brita and Me,|