Måna Lagerholm

1946–2001, Swedish

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Måna Lagerholm was born on the southeast coast of Sweden and lived there until 1968, when she moved with her husband to his native England. She enrolled in an art program at Falmouth College of Art in Cornwall, where she worked in a variety of media but eventually settled on painting. After earning her degree, Lagerholm returned to Sweden to an artists’ community along the northern coast. Her paintings feature broad areas of vibrant color, as well as recurring human and animal characters.

Portfolio of Work

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Memory, 1990

Acrylic on canvas

Swedish

Orange Tent, 1989

Acrylic on canvas

Swedish

Red Tent, 1980

Gouache and crayon on paper

Swedish

Donated to the Milwaukee Art Museum

Shopping Spree, 1980

Gouache and crayon on paper

Swedish

The Birds, 1980

Gouache and crayon on paper

Swedish

Donated to the Milwaukee Art Museum

Untitled (picnic), n.d.

Gouache and crayon on paper

Swedish

Untitled, n.d.

Gouache and crayon on paper

Swedish

Donated to the Milwaukee Art Museum

Untitled, n.d.

Gouache and crayon on paper

Swedish

Donated to the Milwaukee Art Museum

Autumn, 1989

Acrylic on canvas

Swedish

Donated to the Milwaukee Art Museum

The Innocent, 1980

Gouache and crayon on paper

Swedish

Donated to the Milwaukee Art Museum

The Palm Tree, 1980

Gouache and crayon on paper

Swedish

Donated to the Milwaukee Art Museum

Summer Pleasure, 1980

Gouache and crayon on paper

Swedish

Donated to the Milwaukee Art Museum