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Icelandic Artwork to Go on Show in Hong Kong

By Iceland Review

Around 80 works by Icelandic artists will go on show at the University Museum and Art Gallery at the University of Hong Kong in an exhibition entitled ‘Ingenious Iceland: Twentieth-Century Icelandic Paintings’ from the Anthony J. Hardy Collection next week.

ingenious_iceland_exhibition_gunnlaugar_blondal‘The Boathouse’ by Gunnlaugur Blöndal (1893-1962).

The works, including paintings, sculptures and drawings, are from the collection of Anthony J. Hardy, reports.

The exhibition, which runs until November 24, is described on the museum’s website as documenting “a century of continuous creative emancipation as well as a constant documenting engagement with the island’s community, nature, beauty and vastness.”

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