signed and dated painted July 4, 1902 oil on canvas mounted on board canvas dimensions 14.17 x 11 inches (36 x 28 cm) frame 18.11 x 15.35 inches (46 x 39 cm)
In the vast realm of art history, there are certain works that transcend time and space, transporting us to a world of beauty and serenity. One such painting is by the renowned Swedish artist Erik Tryggelin (1878-1962). Created in 1902, this captivating piece depicts a scene from Haga in Stockholm, capturing the essence of a sunny summer day by the water's edge.
"Summer's Day in Haga, 1902" transports us to Hagaparken in Stockholm, where nature's tranquillity takes centre stage. Set against a picturesque shoreline, a cluster of birch trees gracefully leans towards the water's edge, creating an enchanting sight. Tryggelin's artistry shines through in every brushstroke as he skillfully captures the essence of the scene. Delicate blades of grass emerge from the water's surface, perfectly mirrored in its stillness. The reflection creates a mesmerizing interplay between reality and its watery counterpart, adding depth and intrigue to the composition.
Hagaparken, a gem in Stockholm, provides the perfect motif for this artistic creation. Renowned for its serene beauty and scenic vistas, the park offers a peaceful haven amidst the bustling city. Tryggelin, a master at capturing the soul of nature, found inspiration within Hagaparken's idyllic setting, infusing his artwork with its harmonious essence.
The painting invites us to escape the chaos of everyday life, immersing ourselves in the gentle sway of the birch trees, the tranquil reflections in the water, and the timeless beauty of Hagaparken.
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