Agnete at Kílakot. Kjarvalsstaðir, Sunday 4th of March at 3 p.m.
Karen Agnete (1903-1992) was one of many Danish women who married an Icelander and moved with their husbands back to Iceland from Copenhagen in the first half of the 20th century, after both having studied at the Danish Art Academy. She was fascinated by Iceland and Icelanders, and for six decades she painted and exhibited her works all over Iceland and became a respected and well known painter here. This exhibition highlights the types of paintings she concentrated on, portraits, moods of nature, flowers and still life. The exhibition‘s title is a line from the poem “Bláskógavegur” by Einar Benediktsson.
The talk takes place in Icelandic.
Printed of the web Reykjvik Art Museum, www.reykjvikartmuseum.is 03.43.2015