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Swedish modern and contemporary art

The interest in modern Swedish art has steadily increased over the last decades, resulting in higher prices. The Swedish modern art is mainly associated with the pioneering artists who introduced the modernist art movement in Sweden in the early 1900s. Isaac Grünewald, Sigrid Hjertén and Leander Engström, all students of Matisse, are particularly prominent. They were received as radicals with their groundbreaking paintings and today their early works are strongly requested by the auction clients.

As the popularity of Modern art and design increased, the interest in Modern sculpture also augmented. Just as with art and prints, we are grateful to the many talented art galleries in Sweden who brought modern international sculpture to our country. There are also several talented Swedish sculptors from the 1900s that are in demand internationally.

The Swedish art in the 1900s is characterized by different art movements and styles.

Our clients always search art by

Isaac Grünewald, Sigrid Hjertén, Leander Engström, Einar Jolin, Nils Dardel, Maj Bring, Gösta Adrian-Nilsson, Otto G. Carlsund, Dick Beer, Otte Sköld, John Sten, Dick Beer, Ivan Ivarson, Inge Schiöler, Carl Kylberg, Ragnar Sandberg, Åke Göransson, Alf Lindberg, Axel Olsson, Eric Olsson, Stellan Mörner, Waldemar Lorentzon, Esaias Thorén, Sven Jonson, Hilding Linnqvist, Eric Hallström, Olle Olsson-Hagalund, Gideon Börje, Bror Hjorth, Sven X:et Erikson, Olle Baertling, Pierre Olofsson, Olle Bonniér, Lennart Rodhe

And sculptures by

Arne Jones, Eric Grate, Bror Hjorth, Christian Berg

Valuation & consignments

With years of experience and detailed knowledge of current market trends, our specialists have the authority to give accurate valuations. They will gladly help you with a complimentary valuation without obligation.


Sofie Bexhed

Head of Sales

Phone: +46 (0)705-22 61 62

Jeanna Ahlin


Modern & Contemporary Art
Phone: +46 (0)734-32 41 45

Valuation & Selling