August Hagborg | Reflections On The Beach


August Wilhelm Nikolaus Hagborg (born in Gothenburg on 26 May 1852, died in Paris on 30 April 1921) was a Swedish painter.
After initial training received at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm, August Hagborg came to Paris in 1875 to complete his training.
He maintained a studio for most of his career, and continuously exhibited at the Salons between 1876-1909.
An Important figure in the naturalistic movement at the turn of the century, often close to artists such as Jules Breton and Jules Bastien-Lepage, he often depicted scenes inspired by coastal Normandy.

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