A professional graphic designer who uses her background in art history and restoration to create everyday objects you can enjoy in your home or as wearable art. It's a joy to bring the best art and design of ages past into everyday life, plus invitations and DIY party projects. If you don't already share my love for artists and illustrators such as Alphonse Mucha, Edmund Dulac, Beatrix Potter, Carl Larsson and John Tenniel, perhaps you'll discover a new enthusiasm.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Carl Larsson Food and Family Kitchen Calendar 2014

Carl Larsson Food and Family Kitchen Calendar 2014

A celebration of food, family and the home hearth as painted by Sweden’s most beloved artist. Calendar for 2014 with twelve full-color Carl Larsson prints suitable for framing.

Choose from all sizes. Formatted for two-page calendar. This same calendar is available in single-page format in my gallery's Art of Carl Larsson Collection.

Front cover: In the Kitchen, 1898
January: Between Christmas and New Year, c. 1895
February: Getting Ready for a Game, 1901
March: A Friend from Town, 1909
April: Karin Peeling Rhubarb, 1911
May: Breakfast in the Open, 1910
June: Coffee under the Chestnut Tree, 1912
July: They Shelled Peas, 1908
August: At Breakfast, 1902
September: Breakfast under the Big Birch, 1896
October: School Lunch: Lisbeth Sets the Table, 1904
November: Evening Meal, 1905
December: Christmas Eve 1904-1905, 1909
Back cover: Old Anna 1896

About the artist:Carl Larsson, (b Stockholm, 28 May 1853; d Falun, 22 Jan. 1919) was a Swedish painter, illustrator, printmaker, and writer. His work included numerous portraits and book illustrations, as well as several large murals (the best known are those on Sweden's artistic history in the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, 1896).

Sweden's most beloved artist, he is now remembered mainly for his watercolors of the idyllic life he enjoyed in his now-famous house in the village of Sundborn with his wife Karin and their eight children. In the words of a contemporary critic, "these are altogether charming -- spirited, vivid, original and full of an indescribable freshness and heartiness."

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