Catherine Jonsson

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DSCF3723.JPG (2009)
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This artwork is part of the gallery Stockholm Fall Salon: Kistamässan.

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Painting by Catherine Jonsson (Sweden). Dimensions are available on request. This artwork is part of the gallery Stockholm Fall Salon: Kistamässan. Framing options are available for this artwork, please contact us for details.

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Elliot Bassman Portrait Elliot Bassman     New York, United States  

awesome presentation.... those reds emerging out of this  activity, reminds me of those touches of reds that emerge so powerfully, from a Delacroix, a Gericault. paintings that are not afraid to look inside ourselves and to express whatever expressive distortions that may emerge from the artist's pall ete and mind and heart. in the end, catherine's work is moving. and it stands out in a world that is  predominantly sterile.  but her work, does not stand alone, or is left out of the limelight.  it is here and there. once seen, it is everywhere.- artist and critic- elliot bassman