Gustav Robert Hogfeldt, Dutch (1894 - 1986)

Gustav Hogfeldt

Gustav Robert Högfeldt (born February 13, 1894 in Eindhoven, Netherlands, June 5, 1986 in Djursholm) was a Swedish painter, illustrator and cartoonist.

Högfeldt studied painting in Dusseldorf, 1913/17 on the Stockholm Academy in Paris. He traveled in France and Italy and lived in Stockholm. Högfeldt was particularly known for his humorous pictures and book illustrations. Some of his works can be found in the Swedish National Museum.

Works (selection)
"The Harmonious family life", 40 drawings with verses of Hayno Jibs (1867-1940), German poet and bookseller
"Animals and monsters", 34 drawings and 4 color plates, to words by Gerhard Schmidt
"The new Högfeldt-book", with a self-reflection of the artist and verses of Gerhard Schmidt
"Gulliver's Travels". illustrated by Robert Högfeldt.
"The Högfeldt book" Introduction by H. Cornell.
"So it goes in the world - Proverbs", 39 colored drawings
Maria Olofsson: "stories about nice and naughty children", illustrated by Robert Högfeldt

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