Painting ‘No. II’ by Harry Booström
Sweden, 1953

Oil on panel.


William and Maud Appelquist, Gotland. Gallery Bel'Art, Stockholm. Private Collection, Stockholm. 

Harry Booström’s abstract compositions from the 1950’s are a visual and geometric marvel, switching from abstract, to concretist and geometric shapes. His compositions achieve both dynamics and movement through this interplay of form and colour – this work would go on to be exhibited at various locations across Sweden, including the Artists of Söder Exhibition of 1955.

H: 89 cm / 2' 11"
W: 119 cm / 3' 10 7/8"

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