Alfred Mauritz Bergstrom (1869-1930) Swedish School
Alfred Bergstrom studied initially at the Stockholm Academy of Fine Art; he then furthered his artistic education in Frankfurt, Germany in 1894 and 1895. Bergstrom travelled widely in France, where he found a great affinity with the impressionist style of painting, and despite being a long term resident of Stockholm his work consists almost entirely of sweeping landscapes of France of Sweden. In 1910 Bergstrom was appointed a professor to the Royal Swedish Academy where he was also a member. His paintings were represented in the Swedish Exposition in Paris in 1929 and today his work is in the permanent collections of the museums of Gothenburg and Sweden.

Signed and dated 1897.


Height 117 cm / 46 14"
Width 178 cm / 70 "
Framed height 140 cm / 55 14"
Framed width 201 cm / 79 "