Lisa Larson is perhaps Sweden’s most famous ceramicist, and her figurines are certainly the most popular. Her Advent children and cats adorn many homes. The exhibition Lisa Larson is the first temporary exhibition to be presented following the reopening of the renovated museum, and comprises approximately 200 objects, most of which date from 1954–1980, when the artist was employed by the Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory.
The exhibition focuses on Lisa Larson’s time at the Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory (1954–1980), and comprises approximately 200 objects. The museum is closed due to the pandemic, but the exhibition is on view until April 11th.
Photo: Nationalmuseum / Gustavsbergs Porslin AB