Fotoreproductie van een schilderij door Karl Emanuel Jansson, voorstellende een jongen met een hengel aan het water; Gosse, som metar
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Karl Emanuel Jansson (1846, Finström, Åland Islands – 1 June 1874, Jomala, Finland). Very early in life, he became interested in drawing and painting. His art studies in Turku, Stockholm and Düsseldorf were financially supported by the Finnish Art Society. For his paintings "Ace of Clubs" and "The Speaker" he was awarded a medal at the 1873 world exhibition in Vienna. At the time, genre painting had, unlike landscape, few adherents in Finland. Jansson became its only and brief exponent. The numerous sketches of interiors from Jansson's home district and of the cottage interiors of Häme constitute a remarkable passage in the history of Finnish genre painting that is unsurpassed for its freshness.