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Ulrika Pasch Gosse med flojt oil painting


Gosse med flojt
Painting ID::  72152
Ulrika Pasch
Gosse med flojt
Oil on canvas 48 X 44 cm (18.9 X 17.32 in)

   
   
     

Ulrika Pasch Gosse med flojt oil painting


Gosse med flojt
Painting ID::  73774
Ulrika Pasch
Gosse med flojt
Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 48 X 44 cm (18.9 X 17.32 in) cyf

   
   
     

Ulrika Pasch Portrait of Samuel af Ugglas oil painting


Portrait of Samuel af Ugglas
Painting ID::  81915
Ulrika Pasch
Portrait of Samuel af Ugglas
Date 18th century Medium Oil on canvas cjr

   
   
     

Ulrika Pasch Portrait of Carl Axel Wachtmeister oil painting


Portrait of Carl Axel Wachtmeister
Painting ID::  86154
Ulrika Pasch
Portrait of Carl Axel Wachtmeister
Date 18th century Medium Oil cjr

   
   
     

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     Ulrika Pasch
     (10 July 1735 - 2 April 1796), also known as Ulla Pasch, was a Swedish painter and miniaturist. She was one of few female artists known in Scandinavia before the 19th century. She was a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts (1773). Ulrika Pasch was born in an artistic family, daughter of the painter Lorens Pasch the Elder, and sister of the future painter Lorens Pasch the Younger. Her uncle, Johan Pasch, was also a painter. In the 1750s, when her brother was studying art abroad, her father's career declined severely, and Ulrika was forced to become a housekeeper in the home of her maternal aunt's widower. Her uncle however allowed her to spend a lot of time developing her artistic talent, and from 1756, she had become a professional portrait painter and was able to support her father and her sister in this way. After her father's death, she lived with her sister and set up her own studio. When her brother returned to Sweden in 1766, she had been a professional artist for ten years and her clientele had moved from the middle class to the upper classes and the aristocracy. Ulrika Pasch and her brother then worked together as professional artists, shared their studio and guided each other in their work; their collaboration was one of mutual respect and harmony, and she is known to have helped him painting the textiles and costumes, a work he found tiring. Their baby-sister Helena Sofia (1744-96) took care of their household; she is described as somewhat talented in art as well, but she spent her life as her siblings "dutiful" house-keeper, and is said to have been deeply devoted to especially Ulrika.

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