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Original paintings by
Max Magnus Norman

Big Monkey and Little Monkey

2006, Oil on board
77 X 62 cm
(30" X 24")
Sold (prints available)

Comment (4)

The Gods of the true intoxication

2006, Oil on board
54 X 54 cm
(21" X 21")
Sold (prints available)

Comment (2)

Dragonslayer

2006, Oil on board
45 X 45 cm
(17" X 17")
Sold (prints available)



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City of the Spirits

2006, Oil on board
46 X 75 cm
(18" X 29")
Sold (prints available)

Comment (7)

The Ride

2006, Oil on board
77 X 96 cm
(30" X 37")
Sold (prints available)

Comment (3)

The Glitter Dragon Smells the Morning

2006, Oil on board
60 X 60 cm
(23" X 23")
Sold (prints available)

Comment (4)

The Aristocrats

2006, Oil on board
60 X 60 cm
(23" X 23")
Sold (prints available)

Comment (2)

Last One Is A...

2006, Oil on board
60 X 60 cm
(23" X 23")
Sold (prints available)

Comment (1)

Olof Palme's Square

2006, Oil on board
60 X 60 cm
(23" X 23")
Sold (prints available)

The construction and real estate company Norrvidden Fastigheter AB has signed up a few artists for a brainstorming regarding Olof Palme's Square in Sundsvall city. Each participating artist is given a square metre piece of wall in Världshuset (The World House) during the re-building (rebuilding because of the O'Learys fire) for putting their ideas on display. On the 18th of March eventually sell-able works are auctioned out.

When I got this assignment it was kind of a dilemma for me, since I take pride in only painting those visions I get during certain states of mind - how on Earth should I fit Olof Palme's Square into that manifesto?

I did not have to wait long for the solution though. I went home and laid down for some rest, fell asleep, and had this peculiar dream.

In the dream I found myself on an enormous grassy plain, where I met Olof Palme in the shape of a gargoyle. He landed beside me and told me that he flew around and maintained this large idyllic meadow (in some kind of heaven I presume). He said:

"I'm fine here, I have wings and many animals to care for and hunt, and they taste just like you want them to taste without one knowing it beforehand. If you want to make a plaza bearing my name then make it so that it resembles the manner in which I live here", and then he showed me a square-shaped patch of grass with a tree and a few pokémonish animals, whole thing surrounded by water.

Here are pictures from when this painting was sold by auction.

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TIGERISH

2005, Oil on board
33 X 39 cm
(12" X 15")
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Comment (6)

ONE FOOT AMONG THE GODS

2005, Oil on board
75 X 46 cm
(29" X 18")
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Comment (12)

IRON SOUL

2005, m
113 X 70 cm
(44" X 27")
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IF WE WAKE UP

2005, m
39 X 63 cm
(15" X 24")
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Comment (8)

LABAN

2005, m
57 X 72 cm
(22" X 28")
Sold (prints available)

Once I worked as a school photographer. Laban is a boy with very big ears.

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SPIRITUALIZING

2003, m
100 X 100 cm
(39" X 39")
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SUN SUCK

2005, m
70 X 113 cm
(27" X 44")
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SHIFT OF POWER

2005, m
40 X 50 cm
(15" X 19")
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THE YELLOW ROAD

2005, m
40 X 50 cm
(15" X 19")
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THE NIGHT

2004, m
100 X 68 cm
(39" X 26")
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DARK HORSE

2004, m
100 X 68 cm
(39" X 26")
Sold (prints available)

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