Sigrid Bølling was born in Vestre Aker, Norway. Her father was an officer and landowner, and her mother was Baroness Wedel-Jarlsberg.
Sigrid Bølling painted figurines, portraits, still life and
landscapes. She was characterized by French salon realism and outdoor
painting and painted in the Paris-era picturesque scenes from the French
countryside, such as The Old Well in Concarneau (1886), Fatiguée,
Normandy Peasant (1888) and A Milkwoman Ant 1888)
Bølling was a student of several artists, including PS Krøyer in Copenhagen in the early 1880s. Then she studied for several years in Paris, at Académie Colarossi, Académie Julian and as a st
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