Tove Jansson (1914-2001) at Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Look beyond Moominvalley with the Tove Jansson (1914-2001) retrospective at Dulwich Picture Gallery.

Discover the talented fine artist behind the lovable characters, her development during the 1940s, and consider Jansson’s wider artistic output throughout her career.

Journey through the stages of Tove Jansson’s remarkable life, from teenage satirical cartoonist, to wartime painter depicting the horror of combat, and finally witness how the much-loved children’s classic, the Moomins, was created.

Visitors will be able to trace Jansson’s experiences and gain an insight into the inspirations that shaped her work. Enjoy the self-portraits of the 1940s, alongside still-lifes, landscapes and even a selection of drawings that were only discovered in 2017.

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