Lundstrøm is one of the greatest modernists of all time and introduced French Cubism in Denmark. He was educated at the Royal Art Academy in 1913 where he was a pupil of Rostrup Bøyesen. His most famous scenes are geometric still-life’s with oranges and cubistic scenes with nudes. In the late years before his death Lundstrøm changed his style from completely cubism to a more loose modern art form where he worked with contrasts in colours and form.
Salon d’Automne, Paris :1922.
Expo. Franco-Scand., Maison Watteau, Paris: 1923.
Danish National Exhibition, Brooklyn Museum: 1927.
Arte Nordica Contemp., Pal. delle Espo., Rome: 1955.
Modern Danish Painting and Sculpture, Glasgow Museum :1956.
Le Danemark, ses Tresors, son Art, Louvre: 1965.
Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo :1980.
Louisiana : 1986.
Vilhelm Lundström is listed in artprice.com where a painting was sold for $33,856. (Bruun Rasmussen, Copenhagen. 01-04-2003. Lot no: 24)