Swede Edward Hald was a painter, graphic designer and glass artist, who studied in Leipzig and Paris, under Henri Matisse. Along with the glass blower Knut Bergqvist and his colleague Simon Gate Hald developed the so-called Graal glass (Glass Cup) and they developed the Swedish variant of Art Deco. In 1925 at the World Exhibition in Paris, he had his international breakthrough together with Gate. Hald took part twice in the Olympic Art Competitions, 1932 and 1936.
|1932 Summer||48||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event||Sweden||SWE||AC|
|1936 Summer||52||Berlin||Art Competitions||Mixed Sculpturing, Medals||Sweden||SWE||AC|
|1936 Summer||52||Berlin||Art Competitions||Sweden||Final Standings||AC||Zwei Plaketten in Glas|
|1932 Summer||48||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Sweden||Final Standings||AC||Bowl: Skater|