Introducing "Under the Rosebush, 1923" by Finnish artist Ingrid Ruin (1881-1956). This remarkable painting portrays a young nude woman standing on a steep cliff, sheltered by a flourishing rosebush. Ingrid Ruin's masterful use of long brushstrokes creates an illusion of cascading water flowing down the rock face, adding a sense of movement and life to the scene. At the bottom of the composition, a small pool of water reflects the surrounding beauty, capturing delicate reflections.
The painting exhibits a striking resemblance to the artistic style of Ingrid Ruin's teacher and mentor, Anders Zorn, with evident influences shining through. The color palette is vibrant and invigorating, capturing the essence of the subject and the natural world. Executed in 1923, "Under the Rosebush, 1923" exemplifies the artist's skill and ability to bring the beauty of the human form and nature together harmoniously.
Ingrid Ruin was a Finnish artist who lived from 1881 to 1956. Known for her exceptional talent and unique artistic perspective, she contributed significantly to the Finnish art scene during her lifetime. Ruin's works often explored themes of nature, capturing its raw beauty and conveying a sense of tranquility and serenity. Her ability to infuse her paintings with emotion and vivid colors has made her an enduring figure in Finnish art history.
oil on canvas mounted on masonite
signed and dated 1923 I Ruin
canvas dimensions 20.86 x 11.41 inches (53 x 29 cm)
frame 25.19 x 15.74 inches (64 x 40 cm)
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