Title: Untitled 1
Technique: Woodcut, 40 copies
Image dimensions: 28 x 29 cm
Paper dimensions: 41.5 x 21.5 cm
Harry Moberg (Öregrund, 1927-2018) was a painter and graphic artist. He studied art in France 1947-1949 and with Erling Ärlingsson in Karlstad in 1950. Moberg debuted in an exhibition at the Musées Cagnes-sur-Mer in France in 1949, and has later shown his painting at the Värmland museum 1951 and 1959.
Among his public works is a decorative painting in Kristinehamn's town hall, and works done for Swedish National Building. Moberg is represented at Värmland's museum, Örebro County Museum, Gothenburg Art Museum, Örebro County County Council, Kristinehamn and Säffle municipality's art collections.
Harry Moberg was a master of woodcuts. During a period he worked with up to 7 different colors. More recently, Harry experimented with printing on transparent materials such as garden fabric and with masonite and sandpaper printing plates.