Olavteppe (St. Olav Tapestry) 1927-1931 On the last day of my stay at Frida Hansens Hus in Stavanger, I walked downtown to the Domkirke, the
“Roses in the Landscape,” 1903. The roses that appear in so many of Frida Hansen’s works star alone in this double tapestry panel at the
High Summer, 1921, is one of Frida Hansen’s later transparent panels, and it hangs in the Stavanger Art Museum. It has a sort of crazy sense
When you walk into the gallery devoted to Frida Hansen at the Stavanger Art Museum, “Semper Vadentes” hangs prominently, with four figures leading you out
Perhaps I am sitting here in Stavanger on Syttende Mai, after enjoying a wonderful meal of oxtail soup and wine and cake at the home
As I walked by “Clematis and Birds of Paradise” (1924) in the Stavanger Art Museum, I was drawn to the birds with long flowing tails.