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Kulo Green (1913-1972)
Untitled Forest Composition
c.1955
Lithograph (191/200)
Signed 'Kulo Green'
14 x 20 ins / 35 x 50 cms

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Additional Information

Gustav Holger Fritiof (Kulo) Green was born on 4th December 1913 in Skara. He was a Swedish painter.

Green attended evening classes at the Technical School (Tekniska Skolan), Stockholm (1938-1939) and Isaac Grünewald's School of Painting (1945-46), Stockholm (Isaac Grünewald died in a plane crash in 1946). In 1947 he travelled to Paris to study under the French sculptor, painter and writer André Lhote (1885-1962) and Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). Green took study trips to Belgium, Switzerland, Italy and Norway and lived in Catalonia and Ibiza during the 1950s

Green exhibited in the early 1940s in Borås, Skara and Gothenburg. Group exhibitions include 'De Ungas' salon, Stockholm; Maria Galleriet, Stockholm (1964) and at the Vårsalongen (Spring Salon) held at Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stockholm during the 1960s.

Green also worked as an art teacher at Ålgården and as a drawing teacher at the junior high school in Borås.

Examples of Green¬ís works are held in the collections of Borås Art Museum and the museums in Falbygdens and Västervik. In 2016, a Memorial Exhibition was held at Gallari Karlenström in Borås.

Kulo Green died on 24th February 1972, aged 58.