Swedish artist, Harald Sallberg, is best known for his skilful etchings, which are often enriched with a poetic spirit. Over the course of his career, he achieved various accolades and is today represented at several museums including the National Museum in Stockholm, Gothenburg Art Museum, National Museum Oslo, Statens Museum for Kunst in Copenhagen, and in London, Munich, Florence and Philadelphia.
Born in Stockholm to Carl Fredrik Sallberg and Augusta Larsdotter.
Studied at the Technical School in Stockholm.
Employed as a technical assistant at the Academy of Fine Arts’ Etching School, Stockholm.
Assisted Axel Tallberg (1860-1928).
Published two sets of etchings titled ‘From Old Stockholm’.
Studied in England.
Studied in Paris.
Worked in Paris alongside Amédée Ozenfant, Fernand Léger and Georges Braques.
Began teaching graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts.
Awarded the Bonnier's centenary prize.
Awarded the Artists' Club's Karlbo Prize.
Became a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts.
Worked as a director at the Academy of Fine Arts.
Died in the Canary Islands.