Einar Jolin, Stockholm, Overlooking the Skeppsbron, 1955
Einar Jolin, 1917
Einar Jolin, Stockholm, 1929
Einar Jolin, Still Life with Coffee Pot, 1914 Einar Jolin (1890 – 1976)
Einar Jolin, 1947 Einar Jolin,Woman in Black, 1942
Still life with Hortensia and mask, 1938 Einar Jolin, 1955
Self-portrait in the mirror, 1924 Self-portrait, 1927
Einar Jolin (1890 – 1976) was a Swedish painter best known for his decorative and slightly naïve Expressionist style. After studying at Konstfack, Stockholm in 1906 and at the Konstnärsförbundet målarskola (the Artists Association Art School), Jolin and his friend Isaac Grünewald went to Paris for further studies at Henri Matisse’s academy from 1908 to 1914.