Grez-sur-Loing – Arts and Relationships


Prince Eugen´s Waldemarsudde

2019-03-05 — 2019-08-18

Grez-sur-Loing is a mythical artist village in Swedish art history, which for the first time is presented as an international artist colony with, in particular, Scandinavian and Anglo-Saxon artists, writers and musicians.

In Grez, in the late 19th century, various relationships and relationships between the artists and the fascinating works that they created arose. The exhibition shows over 80 works of art by both known and more unknown artists, which include: Karin and Carl Larsson, Karl and Tekla Nordström, Julia Beck and August Strindberg but also by William Blair Bruce, Canada’s most famous impressionist, and by his Swedish wife, sculptor Carolina Benedicks.

The exhibition is complemented by an exciting slide show, a richly illustrated catalog of several knowledgeable articles by Swedish and international experts, by interesting lectures as well as by concerts by prominent musicians and actors


Adult: 150 SEK
Senior/student: SEK 130
Youth up to 18 years: Free