Karl Erik Harr

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Karl Erik Harr.

Karl Erik Harr (born 8 May 1940) is a Norwegian painter, illustrator, graphic artist and author, best known for his representations of Northern-Norwegian scenery and coastal history.

Background[edit]

Harr was born in Kvæfjord in Troms and studied at the Norwegian Academy of Art. He is currently living in Kjerringøy in Nordland county, Norway.[1]

Career[edit]

Since his debut at Statens kunstutstilling during 1967, his works have been presented at numerous separate and collective exhibitions. Harr has illustrated the works of Knut Hamsun. He has also made the indoor decorations for the Hurtigruten Coastal Express steamship Richard With. [2]

Selected works[edit]

  • 1973 Ytterst i verden
  • 1974 Skarvene på Ut-Røst
  • 1975 Nord i fjæra
  • 1978 Nattlys
  • 1983 Porten ved havet
  • 1986 Sirilund
  • 1988 Guds Nordenvind
  • 1992 Der trollbåra bryt
  • 1993 Den vakreste reisen
  • 1994 Der skræg en fugl
  • 1995 Malerier
  • 1997 Fablenes farkost
  • 1997 Draumkvædet
  • 1999 Nordlandsbåten
  • 2001 Dragsug
  • 2001 Kunsten ombord
  • 2001 Malerier av <=paintings by> Karl Erik Harr
  • 2003 Vals i Concarneau
  • 2003 Rotur i evigheten
  • 2004 Hamsuns Nordland
  • 2005 Morgen ved havet

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