Tor Arne

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Tor Arne (born 1934) is a Finnish painter. [1] His paintings are often something between abstract and landscape art. [2]

Tor Arne studied at the Free Art School of Helsinki in 1950's under such artists as Sam Vanni and Unto Pusa. [3] Later Arne taught at the same school between 1962 and 1988 and worked as a rector from 1966 to 1988. [4]

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References

  1. Galerie Anhava. URL: http://www.anhava.com/exhibition.php?id=35&action=2 (Referred 31 July 2013)
  2. Emma. Tor Arne. URL: http://www.emma.museum/en/n%C3%A4yttelyt/tor-arne (Referred 31 July 2013)
  3. Emma. Tor Arne. URL: http://www.emma.museum/en/n%C3%A4yttelyt/tor-arne (Referred 31 July 2013)
  4. Emma. Tor Arne. URL: http://www.emma.museum/en/n%C3%A4yttelyt/tor-arne (Referred 31 July 2013)