(1854 - 1887)
Hugo Birger was active/lived in Sweden, France. Hugo Birger is known for portrait, figure and genre painting.
Biography Hugo Birger
Hugo Birger (born Hugo Birger Peterson) was a Swedish painter.
Born in Stockholm, he had a father who was printmaker S. A. Peterson. Birger studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts from 1870 to 1877. In 1877, he was awarded with the "Royal medal" for his painting Syndafallet. It was praised for its strong colors and shininess.
Birger moved to Paris in 1877, and spent the summer of 1878 in Barbizon with Carl Larsson and Carl Skånberg. He debuted at the Paris Salon the following year with Rue Gabrielle (1879, now in the Gothenburg Museum of Art). He submitted his painting Toaletten (English: The Toilet), which depicts a lady in front of the toilet mirror, to the Paris Salon in 1880.
From 1881 to 18
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