Swedish sculptor John Lundqvist studied at the Technical School of Stockholm and from 1913 at the Académie Colarossi in Paris where Auguste Rodin encouraged him. Lundqvist furthered his education in København and Italy. Lundqvist was inspired by the French sculptor Auguste Rodin and Gothic sculptures. He produced mostly ecclesiastical sculpture adornments, such as the The Resurrection Monument at the Holy Cross Chapel of the Woodland Cemetery in Stockholm. He also created the crucifix gilded figure of Christ inside the chapel.
Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event