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Hanna Pauli Frukostdags A friend of Eva Bonnier, Hanna (Hirsch-)Pauli (1864-1940) also studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts before moving to Paris for two years and sharing a studio with Bonnier. Her portrait of Finnish sculptor Venny Soldan-Brofeldt provoked criticism for its 'unladylike' portrayal of the artist sitting on the floor holding clay. In the early 1900s Pauli also painted the Swedish difference feminist Ellen Key (labelled anti-feminist by some of her contemporaries who believed in socialisation, while Key herself emphasised the woman's role as mother and biological determinism). The painting hangs in the National Museum in Stockholm and can be viewed here.

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