Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd (4 June 1934 – 3 May 2016) was a Swedish painter and sculptor. He studied with Fernand Léger in Paris 1951 and was a professor of painting at The Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm 1965–1969. In 1974 he was a guest professor at Minneapolis School of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 1986 he was awarded the Prince Eugen Medal for painting.Reuterswärd died of pneumonia at a hospital in Landskrona, Sweden on 3 May 2016, aged 81.
Wikidata
Q981304
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Introduction
Reuterswärd was not true to any movement, medium, or style. He created geometric abstract paintings, conceptual works, and sculpture. He is perhaps most well known for a sculpture of a pistol with a knotted barrel that has become a symbol of anti-violence.
Nationalities
Swedish, Scandinavian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Technician, Poet, Conceptual Artist, Graphic Artist, Painter, Photographer, Sculptor
Names
Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd, Carl Fredrik Reutersward, Carl Fredrik Reuterswald, Carl FredRik Reutersward, E Reutersward, Charlie Lavendel, Carl Fredrik Bengt Wilhelm Reuterswärd
Ulan
500029573
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3 works online

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