A set of unusual colourful pop art graphics picturing comedian Charlie Chaplin by photograph and artist Ture Sjölander.
Ture Sjölander received his education at the Swedish Handicraft Association. In the early 1960s, he appeared with abstract photographic studies, but later switched to very realistic images. His debut came with a solo exhibition at Sundsvall’s museum in 1961. He has since made himself known with an experimental avant-garde art.
His production includes photographs, films, books, TV programs and video installations. He was an early pioneer in animation and in the 1960s his electronic images were also broadcast by Swedish Television. Sjölanders konst is represented at, among others, Moderna museet (National Museum of Modern Art) in Stockholm, Sundsvalls museum, Göteborgs konstmuseum (Gothenburg Museum of Art).
The pictures have been professionally reframed with reflection-free glass covers.