Earlier this year, 30 January, Stockholms Auktionsverk held a highly successful sale comprising of 135 paintings, drawings and litographs by Märtha Bolin-Clason (1902-1988), an artist long forgotten, Märtha Bolin-Clason – A rediscovered Pioneer.
100 percent of the sale sold to unprecedented prices for her work. For a previously unestablished artist, the results were sensational. The highest price was paid for a drawing, an early selfportrait, which sold for 8.500 euros. With few exceptions, the works originated from the collection of the artists deceased son, the architect Gustaf Clason (1935-2006).
Stockholms Auktionsverk will now offer the second and final part of this collection for sale. The sale also contains some works by her husband, the architect Isac Gustaf Clason (1893-1964), son of the celebrated architect Isac Gustaf Clason (1856-1930). The collection will be sold Online 19th March. The works can be viewed on our premises in Magasin 5 in Frihamnen, Stockholm.
To Catalogue (link active 12 March)
Viewing 12-19 March
Magasin 5, Palermogatan 19 in Frihamnen, Stockholm
Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-4pm
Auction Online 19 March
For further information please contact Michael Nilzon
+46 8 453 67 18 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more about Märtha Bolin-Clason here