Nils Håkansson

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Nils Håkansson (latinized as Nicolaus Haquini) was a late medieval Swedish painter from Vadstena, known for his wall paintings in numerous churches in Scania[1] (then the Eastern part of Denmark). Håkansson, known as Vittskövlemästaren, was the leader of a group of painters known as the Vittskövle group.[2]

Further reading[edit]

  • Söderberg, Bengt G. (1951). Svenska kyrkomålningar från medeltiden (in Swedish). Stockholm: Natur & Kultur. 
  • Bolvig, Axel (2000). Kalkmalerier omkring Øresund (in Danish). Sesam/Aschehoug. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hernfjäll, Viola (1993). Medeltida målningar i gamla skara stift (in Swedish). pp. 76–77, 195. 
  2. ^ Albertson, Lars-Olof (2007). "Kalkmålningar i Ysane kyrka av Nils Håkansson" (in Swedish). Medeltida konst. Retrieved 2009-10-18.