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Museum in Lausanne opens first-ever retrospective of August Strindberg's art in Switzerland

Internationally renowned as a writer and the author of plays like The Father and Miss Julie, August Strindberg (1849?1912) was also one of Sweden?s greatest visual artists: a self-taught painter and photographer, and a remarkable creator of images. The Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne, is presenting the first-ever retrospective of Strindberg?s art in Switzerland, where he stayed on a number of occasions.
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