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Carl Larsson-his bedroom:  The morning light enters the room through the many-coloured stained glass in the leaded windows. Red, white and blue contrast wonderfully with the deal floor and the white walls while around the bed Karin’s textiles enhance the overall effect.

Carl Larsson-his bedroom: The morning light enters the room through the many-coloured stained glass in the leaded windows. Red, white and blue contrast wonderfully with the deal floor and the white walls while around the bed Karin’s textiles enhance the overall effect.

karin larsson - Buscar con Google .................................. Lezen in de kunst: Karin lezenindekunst.blogspot.com912 × 587Buscar por imagen Carl Larsson en Karin Larsson-Bergöö

karin larsson - Buscar con Google .................................. Lezen in de kunst: Karin lezenindekunst.blogspot.com912 × 587Buscar por imagen Carl Larsson en Karin Larsson-Bergöö

Carl Larsson - La pièce de lecture, 1909.  http://sunnydaypublishing.com/books/

Carl Larsson - La pièce de lecture, 1909. http://sunnydaypublishing.com/books/

"Welcome to the house of Carl Larsson and his spouse!" written above the door to Lilla Hyttnas in Sundborn, Sweden.

"Welcome to the house of Carl Larsson and his spouse!" written above the door to Lilla Hyttnas in Sundborn, Sweden.

Lilla Hyttnas (Carl & Karin Larsson's home). Painting by Carl Larsson. Layout by Sycamore Street Press

Lilla Hyttnas (Carl & Karin Larsson's home). Painting by Carl Larsson. Layout by Sycamore Street Press

Swedish people knew early on how things looked in the Larsson home. In his book ”Ett Hem” Carl proudly shows us Karin and the children’s bedroom with half dressed children, unmade beds, and toys all over the floor. To show this side of family life was unprecedented.    Karin and the younger children sleep in the room next to Carl’s. It is airy, rustic and functional with plenty of open floor space for the children’s games. The colours – red, green and white –..favourite subject for Carl’s…

Swedish people knew early on how things looked in the Larsson home. In his book ”Ett Hem” Carl proudly shows us Karin and the children’s bedroom with half dressed children, unmade beds, and toys all over the floor. To show this side of family life was unprecedented. Karin and the younger children sleep in the room next to Carl’s. It is airy, rustic and functional with plenty of open floor space for the children’s games. The colours – red, green and white –..favourite subject for Carl’s…

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