Compelling self-portraits and masterful landscapes from the iconic Finnish painter
To celebrate the opening of the first major UK exhibition of artist Helene Schjerfbeck (1862–1946) at the Royal Academy of Arts, Stylist has teamed up with the RA and Visit Finland to win a trip for two to Schjerfbeck’s homeland, Finland, and a pair of tickets to the RA exhibition. Plus, five runners up will be in with the chance of winning a pair of tickets to the exhibition.
Some of Schjerfbeck’s most popular and much-loved work is on show year-round in Helsinki’s Ateneum Art Museum. Yet for the very first time some of her compelling self-portraits and masterful landscapes have made their way to London.
Overlooked for too long, this exhibition is your chance to join the Schjerfbeck fan club. One lucky winner (and a friend) will get the chance to visit the country which holds her as a national icon.
Helene Schjerfbeck is on at the Royal Academy of Arts, London until 27 October 2019.
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UK residents and 18+ entrants only. Normal exclusions apply. Opens: 06/08/19. Closes: 22/08/19. x1 prize winner will receive return Finnair flights for x2 people in Economy Class, one hotel room for two nights at Marski by Scandic for two people for travel anytime in 2020 and x2 tickets to Helene Schjerfbeck’s exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. x5 prize winners will each recieve x2 tickets to Helene Schjerfbeck’s exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. Prize redemption dates subject to availability. One entry per person. The prize is as stated and there is no cash alternative. May not be exchanged for an alternative. Winners randomly selected and notified by email within 14 days of the closing date. Full terms and conditions below. Prize provided by Royal Academy of Arts and supplied by Visit Finland. Promoted by Stylist. Finnair terms and conditions and Marski terms and conditions apply.