Carl Eldh (1873–1954) was during the early 20th century one of Sweden’s most prominent sculptors. Today, his former studio is a museum and a place for new artistic research. Among nearly five hundred of the artist’s plaster casts and works, you can also take part in newly produced exhibitions, guiding walks and programs.
Carl Eldhs Ateljémuseum
The Carl Eldh Studio Museum collection consists mainly of sketches and models of Carl Eldh's art works. It houses over 1000 sketches and original models in plaster, and also sculptures
We welcome groups to book a visit all year round outside the museum's regular opening hours.
This winter weekend, the museum opens up for visits to the studio, which is otherwise closed for the season. We offer a guided tour in English at 1.30 pm. In
Brita Eldh (1907-2000) was the daughter of Carl and Elise Eldh. In 1963, she established a foundation in her parents' name and then ran the museum on her own until
During the autumn, the "Britas archive" project has gain momentum. With the help of a professional archivist, we have been able to start a comprehensive list of the material which is now slowly unfolding and telling about Brita Eldh's work in transforming Carl Eldh's studio into a museum.
June, July and August have broken all previous attendance records at Carl Eldhs Studio Museum and is the historically most well-attended summer since the museum opened in 1963.
The Carl and Elise Eldhs Studio foundation has been granted support from the Swedish National Heritage Board and Region Stockholm for the project Brita's archive.
This year, Carl Eldhs Studio museum invites the artist Ingela Ihrman, internationally recognized for her large-scale sculptures and wayward, humorous performances.
Sara Bourke has been appointed as the new director of Carl Eldh's Studio Museum and succeeds Joanna Nordin, who has been recruited as an artistic leader of Bonniers Konsthall.