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Helene Schjerfbeck, Fragment, 1891, Villa Gyllenberg. Photo: Signe och Ane Gyllenbergs foundation / Matias Uusikylä

From Edelfelt to Schjerfbeck, the Gyllenberg Collection
June 19 – September 26 2021

This summer, key works from the Signe and Ane Gyllenberg Collection will be shown at the Thiel Gallery. Some of these works have never been shown outside Villa Gyllenberg in Helsinki, home to one of Finland’s finest private collections. While it is closed for refurbishment, its collection will be presented abroad.

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Axel Törneman, Self portrait, 1922, Thielska Galleriet

Axel Törneman: Bohemian-life and modernity
February 6  - June 6 2021

Axel Törneman’s (1880-1925) art is characterized by dramatic compositions and motifs in vibrant colours. The paintings depict the spirit of the turn of the century. The exhibition provides a broad presentation of an intriguing artist. From the early paintings in France, through the extensive production for book illustrations and caricatures, to the large paintings with motifs that portrays social life and mythology. With its 78 art works, this is the most comprehensive exhibition of Törneman that has taken place since almost 50 years.

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Astrid Kjellberg-Juel, Portrait of Hjalmar Söderberg, 1912, oil on canvas. Belonging to Bonniers portrait collection. Photo: Per Myrehed

Hjalmar Söderberg and the arts
Prolonged until January 9 2022

Ernest Thiel and Hjalmar Söderberg were very good friends and the author used to stay in a room at the Thiel Gallery when visiting his friend. The exhibition shows portraits of Söderberg and drawings made by Söderberg himself. Books with ornaments made by the author and other objects that relates to Söderberg are also exhibited.

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