Hugo Fredrik Salmson (1843-1894)

 

Hugo Fredrik Salmson (1843-1894)
Swedish Golden Age Illustration genre painter ;
Hugo Salmson ; H.F. Salmson ; H. F. Salmson ; Hugo F. Salmson ; H. Fredrik Salmson ;
[Born July 7, 1843 in Stockholm, Sweden – died August 1, 1894 in Lund, Sweden]

 

FAD record control number: 58608 ;

Record level: Person ;

Record type: Artist ;

 

Hugo Fredrik Salmson (1843-1894) biography:

Birth: July 7, 1843 in Stockholm, Sweden ;
Death: August 1, 1894 in Lund, Sweden ;
Sex: Male ;
Ethnicity: White ; 
Zodiac:
Cancer ;

Known for: Genre paintings featuring children ; paintings with figures ;
Medium: Oil ; pastel ;
Technique: Painting ; drawing ;
Subjects: Children ; kids ; girls ; boys ; grandparents ; daily life ; everyday life ;

Areas: Stockholm, Sweden (1843-1868) ; Düsseldorf, Germany (1868) ; Paris, France (1868-1870, 1871-1880s) ; Picardy, France (1880s) ; Brussels, Belgium (1870) ; Skåne, Sweden, summers (1883-?) ; Lund, Sweden ;
Region: Europe ;
Lived: Stockholm, Sweden (1843-1868) ; Düsseldorf, Germany (1868) ; Paris, France (1868-1870, 1871-1880s) ; Picardy, France (1880s) ; Brussels, Belgium (1870) ; Skåne, Sweden, summers (1883-?) ; Lund, Sweden ;
Father: Fredrik Ludvig Salmson (1813-1873), wholesaler ;
Mother: Mathilda “Maria” Carolina (Perlberg) Salmson (1812-1869) ;
Relatives: [unknown] ;
Spouse: [unknown] ;
Children: Viktor Emil Josef Salmson (1874-1925), son ;

Training: Originally studied business ; Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm, Sweden (1862-) under Johan Christoffer Boklund (1817-1880) ; Private atelier of Pierre-Charles Comte (1823-1895), Paris, France (1868-1870?) ;
Instructors: Johan Christoffer Boklund (1817-1880) ;
Work:

Taught: Private instruction to Prince Eugen Napoleon Nicolaus of Sweden and Norway, Duke of Närke (1865-1947) ;
Students: Prince Eugen Napoleon Nicolaus of Sweden and Norway, Duke of Närke (1865-1947) ;

Member: Royal Academy, Stockholm, Sweden, member ; Swedish Association of Artists, Stockholm, Sweden ;
Exhibited with: Paris Salons, Paris, France (1870) ; Salmagundi Club, New York, NY, as a non-member (1884) ; Roy Academy, Stockholm, Sweden (1886-1888) ;
Awards: royal medal & traveling scholarship (1867) ; Exposition Universelle, Paris, France (1878) ; Nordic Exhibition, Copenhagen, Denmark (1888) ; “Forers exhibition”, Charlottenborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark (1879) ; Art Exhibition, Gothenburg, Sweden (1881) ; Swedish Association of Artists’ Exhibitions, Stockholm, Sweden (1886) ; Swedish Association of Artists’ Exhibitions, Gothenburg, Sweden (1886) ; Royal Academy, Stockholm, Sweden (1886-1888) ;

Milestones: Suffered from deep depression in later years ;

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FAD.2020.58608

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Record birth date:
April 15, 2020

Last updated: May 26, 2020 at 14:31 pm

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