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Watercolors and Three-Dimensional Mobiles by Gustav Rosenlof

October 5, 2009

After a career in Architecture, Gustav Rosenlof has, for the last decade, been concentrating on his Watercolors and Mobiles.  He studied watercolor at the Cooper Union and at the National Academy under the instruction of the renowned watercolorist David Dewey, and began to develop his own unique style of Mobiles.

Gustav was born in Finland where he spent his early childhood. His family moved to the United States when he was ten years old and settled in New York City. He was drawn to art at an early age. In grade school , he would often be found drawing cartoon figures and he saw every verbal of written report as an opportunity to make an art project. While attending the High School to Music and Art, Gustav became interested in the Mobiles of Alexander Calder and received several awards for his painting and was honored with a scholarship to the Brooklyn Museum Art School.

Rosenlof is a remarkable artist. His watercolor paintings are incredibly realistic and profoundly detailed.  Please take a moment to view Gustav’s entire body of work in his gallery on

30 ” x 22
US $175
29 ” x 23
US $475
21.5 ” x 11.5
US $60
Hudson River Boathouse
38 ” x 28
US $2875
29 ” x 23
US $475
Old Post Office
38 ” x 30
US $1975

The Duomo from the Campanille
4 ” x 6
US $175
Pink Flamingos
40 ” x 60
US $300

Protecting Crescents
23 ” x 38
US $575
Angel Fish 2
26 ” x 40
US $575

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