Cramer, Anna (1857-1941)

Cramer, Anna (1857-1941)

Anna Cramer (Anna Marie-Louise Cramer) was primarily known for portraits and interior scenes with children. She was born in Hamburg but moved to Stockholm where she attended the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts - studying under Johan August Malmström (1829-1901). She also trained in Paris.

Cramer was also a member of the women’s suffrage movement in Sweden, which was active between 1902 and 1921. We’ve discovered her name on a petition from 1906 that campaigned for women’s voting rights.

Nationality: Swedish
Born: 1857
Died: 1941
Studied: Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm

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Anna Cramer, Interior Scene With Woman Holding A Dagger

Anna Cramer, Interior Scene With Woman Holding A Dagger
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