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About the Museum

Carl Eldh is recognised as one of the most prominent Swedish sculptors of his time, and the Carl Eldh Studio Museum houses a large part of his works of art. The museum is situated in his studio from 1919, designed by the architect Ragnar Östberg, and the building has remained largely untouched since the death of the sculptor. This well preserved studio has few counterparts in Europe and is beautifully situated in Bellevue Park.

More than 500 pieces, mainly in plaster, are on display in the museum. Carl Eldh’s output spans a wide range, from portraits to monuments and from nude studies to façade decorations. His work is to be found in a large number of public places, in museums and in private collections both in Sweden and abroad.

Amongst his best known sculptures are The Olympic RunnersYouth, and his intense interpretations of the Swedish author August Strindberg, for example The Titan in Tegnérlunden, Stockholm.

Carl Eldh’s daughter Brita opened the museum in 1963. The principal of the museum is the Carl and Elise Eldh Studio Foundation. The running of the museum in financed by grants from the Board of Culture in the City of Stockholm, the Swedish Arts Council and various trusts and foundations, proceeds from sales of reproductions, tickets and events aswell as donations by sponsors.

 

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Rahel Belatchew, May 16 - September 29 2019
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Carin Ellberg, May 17 - September 30 2018
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Maria Miesenberger, May 4 - October 1 2017
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Bianca Maria Barmen, May 12 - October 2 2016
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Ebba Matz, May 7 - September 27 2015
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Katrine Helmersson, May 1 - September 28 2014
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Charlotte Gyllenhammar, May 25  -October 27 2013
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Opening hours
Saturday-Sunday 12-4 pm. Public guided tour in English at 1.30 pm. Other times, group tours by appointment and collaborative events, see other events and current  for more information.

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Visiting address
Lögebodavägen 10
Bellevueparken,
Stockholm

Postal address
Carl Eldhs Ateljémuseum
Lögebodavägen 10
SE-113 47 STOCKHOLM

Telephone
+46-(0)8-612 65 60

Website and e-mail 
www.eldhsatelje.se
info@eldhsatelje.se