Gerda Stroem was a pupil of Gerhard Blom, and was known for her very detailed
“Nature Mort” and flower paintings. Italy was her favourite country and she travelled
there many times where many of her flower paintings were created. Stroem was a popular artist both during and after her lifetime and was exhibited many places including Charlottenborg 1907-1934 and Dyrehavens Malere 1927-1950.
Arwards and prices:
Gerda’s great talent won her many art awards and scolarships including:
The Neuhausens Price in 1909 and 1911,
The Hjelmstierne-Rosencrone price in 1911,
The Raben-Levetzau price in 1913,
The Louise Ravn-Hansen price 1933-35.
Vinterdag i udkanten af en skov (1907);
Bygevejr ved Roskilde Fjord (Neuhausens Pr. 1909);
Opklarende Vejr (Neuhausens Pr. 1911);
Fra Sondermarken (Exhibited 1916);
Piazza Nuova, Assisi, foraar (Exhibited 1931);
Vinterlandskab fra Vaserne (1936);
Sommerlandskab, Bistrup (Exhibited 1946);
Skovbillede (Exhibited 1948);
Vinterbillede,Birkerod (Exhibited 1950);
Vinterlandskab (Exhibited 1955);
Vinterlandskab fra Lille-Bistrup hegn (Exhibited 1959).
Oil paintings by Gerda Stroem have been sold up to €600.
Bruun Rasmussen in Denmark, 03-09-2001 (lot. No 1187).