Markus Andersson

''Svenska syndabockar'' (2010) Markus Andersson (born 25 February 1968) is a Swedish artist and teacher of art at Medborgarskolan and Folkuniversitetet in Uppsala. Markus Andersson was educated at Konstskolan Idun Lovén, Heatherley School of Fine Art and has studied under Odd Nerdrum. He runs his own art gallery named Galleri Sörängen, located outside Uppsala. Markus Andersson was awarded the Magnus Laurentius Medici award in the category painting at the Florence Biennale in 2003. Markus Andersson works primarily in oil and watercolor. His pictures are characterized by Alex Brich as traditional Nordic art with national romantic and political motives, in a naturalistic style depicting animals, nature and people. During the bright time of the year Andersson is engaged preferably to depict marine motifs in the open air, including on the Norwegian east coast and in Bohuslän. Paintings by Andersson have been exhibited at Moderna museet, Louvre, Bruno Liljefors studio, Florence biennale, Kitsch biennale and several galleries and museums in Sweden, Norway and Estonia. His art is represented at Sweden's Embassy in Tallinn and Swedish St Michael's Church in Tallinn. Provided by Wikipedia
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