Mårten Andersson's CV

1934   Mårten Andersson was born in Freluga, a village in northern Sweden, where he still lives for part of the year.
1952-53   Studied art at University College of Arts Crafts and Design in Stockholm, including lectures by Carl Malmsten.
1953   Conservatory student of the artist and designer Jerk Werkmäster in Rättvik.
1955-56   Studied the great masters at the Free Academy of Art in Florence.
1957   Debuted with a solo exhibition at Bollnäs Museum.
1966   Participated in the "Young Swedish art" exhibition at the Svea Gallery, Stockholm.
1984   Latest joint exhibition: "Images of Sweden" at Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stockholm.
2004   Latest solo exhibition coordinated by Bollnäs Museum, Hälsinglands Museum and Länsmuseet Gävleborg  .
2009   Mårten’s painting “The hunting lodge” sells for over  SEK 1 million (including fees) at Bukowskis, Stockholm.
2010   Mårten Andersson completes his dream project and launches an exclusive range of furniture and screen prints.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Public Commissions:
Norrtulls school, Söderhamn; Bollnäs hospital;  Björktjära school, Bollnäs; Swedbank, Gävle; Rättvik’s People’s Park; Skeer’s People’s Park, The Swedish Fortifications Agency, Stockholm; The Carpenter's Chapel, Stenhamra, Ekerö; Umeå University

Represented:
Hälsingland’s Museum, Hudiksvall; The National Museum, Stockholm; Gävle Museum; The Archives Museum, Lund