Oscar Gustaf Bjorck
(1860 - 1929)
Oscar Gustaf Bjorck was active/lived in Sweden, Italy. Oscar Bjorck is known for portrait, marine, genre and decorative painting.
Biography Oscar Gustaf Bjorck
Oscar Gustaf Björck (1860-1929) was a Swedish painter and a professor at the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts.
Born in Stockholm, from 1877 to 1882, Björck was a student of Edvard Perséus at the Academy where his paintings included Loke fängslas af asarne (Loki imprisoned by Asar) (1880), Gustaf Vasa inför kung Hans (Gustaf Vasa before King Hans) (1881) and Den förlorade sonens återkomst (Return of the prodigal son) (1882) which was awarded the Royal Medal. In 1883, Björck was awarded a travel scholarship. He spent the winter of 1883-84 in Paris.
The following winter, he went to Munich where he painted a few portraits, including a full-length painting of his wife. In the spring of 1885, he moved to Venice and, in the autumn, to
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