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Albert Edelfelt
/1854-1905/

Albert Edelfelt was was a Finnish-Swedish painter, known for his realistic portraits and historical scenes. He studied in Helsinki, Paris, and Saint Petersburg, and became a member of the French Academy of Fine Arts in 1887.

He is best known for his portraits and depictions of Finnish landscapes and people, and his work has had a significant impact on the development of Finnish art. Edelfelt's art was influenced by both the Realist and Impressionist movements, and he was known for his ability to capture the psychological essence of his subjects. His most famous work is the painting "The Luxembourg Gardens in Paris," which is housed in the Ateneum Art Museum in Helsinki.

During his Russian period (1888-1890), Edelfelt painted portraits of Tsar Alexander III and his family, as well as scenes of Russian life and culture. One of his most famous works from this period is the painting "Louis Pasteur in his laboratory", which was commissioned by the Russian government and is now in the collection of the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg.

The artist's portrait was reconstructed using Artificial Intelligence (AI).