Mildeberg, Aleksander (1902 – 1977). Saaremaa. (1971)
Lm 23,5 x 36,4cm
Km 19 x 24,3 cm
Lower left A. Mildberg – 71 68/100
Aleksander Mildeberg studied at Saku Primary School in 1909–1914 and at Jälgimäe School in 1914–1915. He continued his studies in 1916–1917 at the Tallinn School of Art and Design (under the supervision of Roman Nyman and Nikolai Triigi) and in 1938–1941 at the State Higher School of Art in the painting department.
Member of the Artists’ Union since 1945. When Mildeberg returned to Tallinn in 1945, he worked as a photo correspondent for the People’s Voice, was the technical editor of the magazine Pikker from 1945 to 1946, and later worked as a freelance artist. After the war, he created portraits of cultural figures, scientists and revolutionaries. Mildeberg has portrayed Eduard Wiiraltti, Eugen Kappi, Gustav Ernesaks, Rasmus Kangropool and others, among others.
In the mid-1950s, Mildeberg began to prefer graphic techniques. His creations include landscapes and cityscapes.
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