|George and Hanna Pauli on July 2, 1905.|
The home of Swedish painters George Pauli (1855 - 1935 and Hanna Hirsch-Pauli (1864 - 1940), who married in 1887, was a very popular gathering place for Stockholm's cultural elite in the early 1900s. On 2 July 1905, the couple invited their closest friends to their summer house in the Stockholm archipelago in order to celebrate Georg Pauli's 50th birthday.
|George and Hanna Pauli with friends on July 2, 1905 in the Stockholm archipelago.|
|"A French confirmand" by George Pauli|
Hanna Pauli, who later came to overshadow her husband as a painter, is above all remembered for her exquisite portraits.
|Hanna Pauli's famous 1887 portrait of her artist friend, Finnish painter Venny Soldan. The portrait is now on display at the Gothenburg art museum.|