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Josephson, Ernst, 1851-1906 Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Czech Republic National Library of Sweden National Library of Israel National Library of Australia German National Library Vatican Library National Library of Norway

Ernst Josephson Wikidata ISNI

Josephson, Ernst Abraham, 1851-1906 Vatican Library National Library of the Netherlands

Josephson, Ernst (Swedish painter, draftsman, and poet, 1851-1906) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

יוספסון, ארנסט, 1851-1906 National Library of Israel

VIAF ID: 27188878 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/27188878

ISNI: 0000  0000  8106  0101 

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24 målningar med en inledande essay av August Brunius. National Library of Sweden
8 Lieder German National Library National Library of Sweden
At the Seashore Wikidata
Ballad National Library of Sweden
Boy with a Wheelbarrow Wikidata
Byskvaller Wikidata
Damporträtt Wikidata
David and Saul Wikidata
Drabantsalen på Gripsholm Wikidata
Dramatic Scene Wikidata
Drawings National Library of Sweden
Eight songs, op. 57 for high voice and piano : (german, english, swedish texts) National Library of Sweden
Ernst Josephson: Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France German National Library National Library of Sweden National Library of Israel National Library of Norway Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands
The Finding of Moses. Sketch Wikidata
Flicka i blått Wikidata
Fru Hilma Marcus Wikidata
Girl in Blue Wikidata
Godfrey Renholm, the Journalist Wikidata
O, grabt mir ein grab National Library of France
Gunnar Wennerbergs Gluntarne National Library of Sweden National Library of the Netherlands
Det heliga sakramentet Wikidata
Herzog Magnus : op. 57 Nr. 6, für Gesang und Orchester Library of Congress/NACO
Hill, Josephson, Strindberg : Malmö museum 20 augusti-13 september 1970. National Library of Sweden
A Historical Scene Wikidata
Hugo Birger, the Artist, as a Mercenary Wikidata
La joie de vivre Wikidata
Ketty Rindskopf Wikidata
Konstnärinnan Louise Breslau Wikidata
Landscape with Stream Wikidata
Laulut Library of Congress/NACO
Levande svensk litteratur från äldsta tider till våra dagar. National Library of Sweden
Miss Anna Bagge, née Heyman Wikidata
Mother and Child. The Wife and Daughter of the Artist Allan Österlind Wikidata
Mrs Caroline Schloss Wikidata
Mrs Hanna Marcus Wikidata
Näcken Wikidata
Naken kvinna som klipper sitt hår Wikidata
Nymph and Faun Wikidata
Per Hasselberg : minnesblad National Library of Sweden
Portrait of a Lady Wikidata
The Postmaster of Bréhat Wikidata
The ring of words : an anthology of song texts : [over 300 art songs of Germany ... Sweden, with line-by-line English translations] National Library of Sweden
Roses noires roses jaunes choix de poèmes Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Sweden
Sång National Library of Sweden
Schwarze Rosen und Gelbe National Library of France
Skaldestycken National Library of Sweden
Spansk tiggare Wikidata
Spanska smeder Wikidata
St Teresa in extasy Wikidata
Stjärnfall för röst och piano National Library of Sweden
Svarta rosor Mustat ruusut : op. 36 n:o 1 National Library of Sweden
Svarta rosor och gula National Library of Norway National Library of Sweden National Library of France National Library of the Netherlands
Svea stridsberedd National Library of Sweden
Teckningar 1888-1906 National Library of Sweden
Tegninger National Library of Sweden
Têtes extatiques Wikidata
Utsupet. Portræt af malerne Bruno Liljefors og Alf Wallander Wikidata
The Water Sprite Wikidata
Waterfall Study, Eggedal Wikidata
Zeichnungen National Library of Sweden

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