"The Scandinavian colors from early Modernism can be said to be deeper and more saturated than, for instance, French or Dutch examples from that time," explains Eidsvik. "Korsmo had an obsession with blue but also with more unexpected choices, like silver, gold, and bright green. He had a subtle way of organizing the colors and contrasting them in a way that didn't overwhelm the art works."
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"The Scandinavian colors from early Modernism can be said to be deeper and more saturated than, for instance, French or Dutch examples from that time," explains Eidsvik. "Korsmo had an obsession with blue but also with more unexpected choices, like silver, gold, and bright green. He had a subtle way of organizing the colors and contrasting them in a way that didn't overwhelm the art works."