(1900 - 1939)
Ivan Ivarson was active/lived in Sweden, France. Ivan Ivarson is known for intense color painting, drawing, graphics.
Biography Ivan Ivarson
Ivan Ivarson, born July 20, 1900 on Stampgatan in Gothenburg, died June 26th  1939 in Paris, was a Swedish artist.
Ivarsson is counted as one of the Gothenburg collegists. He was a member of the Color and Form group, Stockholm. He studied at Valands Painting School in Gothenburg 1922-1925, under Tor Bjurström, and lived at this time in the family villa in Hagen in Långedrag.
During study trips in France and Italy in 1927-1928, he was inspired by Pierre Bonnard's painting. In 1929 he moved to Helsingør and painted in Carl Kylberg's studio. From 1930 he was active in mainly Gothenburg and Bohuslän and in the coming period his characteristic painting is shaped. He's enthusiasm for colors can be summed up with the alleged quote
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