Random Inspiration: Erik Werenskiold

by Matthew Innis |

Though perhaps better known today as an illustrator of children’s stories, Erik Theodor Werenskiold was, and still remains, one of the most important painters in the history of Norwegian art. Erik Werenskiold was born February 11th, 1855 to a prominent family in Vinger, Norway.  His father, Frederik Daniel Werenskiold (1800-1887), was a nobleman and military…

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