David Edström. A rediscovered sculptor
Warm welcome to an exhibition with the since long neglected Swedish-American sculptor David Edström (1873–1938). The exhibition takes place in the Söderberg room and is composed of eleven sculptors by the artist. The patron Ernest Thiel was a a great admirer of Edström and the museum has the largest collection of the sculptor. All the pieces in this exhibition belong, with one exception, to the museum.
In the museum you will also find professor Rolf Lundén´s newly published biography of the artist Man Triumphant. The Divided Life of David Edstrom.