Poet, novelist and winner of the T.S. Eliot Prize John Burnside believes it is a "sad accident of history" that the work of Harald Sohlberg has been eclipsed by Edvard Munch's reputation. In this talk, he makes the case for Sohlberg's genius, and his rightful place as Norway's finest painter.
Image: Harald Sohlberg, The Country Road, 1905; Oil on canvas. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.