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Fanny Churberg

Fanny Maria Churberg was a Finnish landscape painter active in the latter half of the 19th century. In addition to her initial training in her home country, she studied in Germany and France, and her style primarily reflected the influence of her German instructors. Churberg’s handling of landscape subjects, particularly those with rocky elements, are […]
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