Kulo Green, Composition
The work signed by the artist’s signature and an individual number(pencil)
Sheet dimensions 51/61
Gustav Holger Fritiof (Kulo) Green (1913 -1972) was a Swedish painter. He studied painting at the Technical Evening School in Stockholm and during study trips to Belgium, Switzerland, Italy and Norway. He stayed for some time in Paris, where he studied with Picasso and André Lhote in 1947. He is the author of the 15-metre long fresco Rolling Wheel in Borås, which he painted one night on a concrete wall in the light of car headlights. Green is represented in the Borås Art Museum, Falbygdens Museum, Västervik Municipality and Borås Municipality.
Work in original vintage condition. The frame has minor signs of use.