Tag: Sweden

Swedish Festival

Join us for an evening celebration! Flugelhorn player Oskar Stenmark will perform Swedish jazz and folk music with Billy Test on piano in Gilbert Court. Enjoy a prix-fixe Swedish tasting plate and old-fashioned Glögg in the Morgan Café, and curatorial...

/ March 31, 2017

Gallery Talk: Something Old and Something New: Count Tessin and His Collections

A gallery talk on the exhibition Treasures from the Nationalmuseum of Sweden: The Collections of Count Tessin. Jennifer Tonkovich, Eugene and Clare Thaw Curator, Drawings and Prints John Marciari, Charles W. Engelhard Curator and Department Head, Drawings and Prints Presented in...

/ March 31, 2017

Three Centuries of Swedish Music with Per Tengstrand

Pianist Per Tengstrand performs Swedish music from the eighteenth through the twenty-first centuries, intertwined with more known composers whose music inspired the Swedish works. This concert is co-presented with the Morgan Library and coincides with the Morgan’s exhibition Treasures from the Nationalmuseum, Sweden:...

/ March 16, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ March 2, 2017

My What a Beautiful Thing: Boucher’s Triumph of Venus in the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

It is generally acknowledged that Boucher’s Triumph of Venus, painted in the summer of 1740 for Count Carl Gustaf Tessin, is the artist’s greatest mythological painting. Brilliant and ambitious in conception and organization, its complex interlocking figures modeled with supreme assurance, this...

/ March 1, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ March 1, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ February 28, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ February 27, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ February 26, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ February 25, 2017