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Record #102614:

Romantiikan tulosta Lapin kuvauksiin / Seija Virkkula.

Title: Romantiikan tulosta Lapin kuvauksiin / Seija Virkkula.
Translated title: Effects of Romanticism on the portrayal of Lapland.
Author(s): Virkkula, Seija.
Date: 1989.
Language: Finnish.
In: Faravid. (1989.), Vol. 13 (1989)
Abstract: First traveller in era to publish was Matthew Consett, 1789, followed by William Thomson. They were followed by numerous visitors from Western Europe, Russia and Poland. Several saw just small part of Lapland, and copied facts from older books. First Romantics used old poems to express themselves. Finno-Swedish poet Bishop Frans Franzén went further, seeing Lapland as symbol of Paradise. Oliver Goldsmith saw Lapland as symbol of Poesy. Schefferus's two poems quoted in "Lapponia" aroused great interest and were much translated. Acerbi and Skjöldebrand visited in 1799 and wrote about a quite different nature, Skjöldebrand also first to paint it, after fashion of great English landscape artists.
Notes:

Faravid. Vol. 13 :51-68 (1989).

German summary p.68.

Keywords: 113/119 -- Attitudes to nature.
91(091) -- Exploration, history.
93"17" -- Eighteenth century.
W -- Expeditions and exploration.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*561) -- Finnish Lapland.
(*571) -- Norrland.
SPRI record no.: 102614

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