karelianism

Karelianism was finnish art movement in Golden Age of Finnish art (late 19th-century) where finnish artists journed to Karelia to get inspiration from "purer-finns". Even thought karelians were own language and cultural group, which later became finnizated by Greater Finland -idealists like Academic Karelia Society. AKS claimed that karelian language was finnish dialect and culture was continuation from finns' ancient culture,,
1800s finnish artists started to make Kalevala-culture (named after national epic) as counterpart for european Hómēros-culture. Kalevala's cultural landscape was found in Karelia. (Elias Lönnrot titled first Kalevala as "Kalewala or karelian runes from Finland's ancient people,")

Axel Gallén's "Kalela"- atelier-in-wilderness
 "Gallén's and Wikström's ateliers-in-wilderness "Kalela" and "Visavuori" are 'stylized karelian-styled' buildings, which is based on karelian architectures that they became acquainted with  their journeys" - finnish wikipedia
Axel Gallén's "Kalela" - atelier-in-wilderness
 "Gallén's and Wikström's ateliers-in-wilderness "Kalela" and "Visavuori" are 'stylized karelian-styled' buildings, which is based on karelian architectures that they became acquainted with  their journeys" - finnish wikipedia
Axel Gallén's "Kalela" - atelier-in-wilderness
 "Gallén's and Wikström's ateliers-in-wilderness "Kalela" and "Visavuori" are 'stylized karelian-styled' buildings, which is based on karelian architectures that they became acquainted with  their journeys" - finnish wikipedia
Yrjö Blomstedt's design
Yrjö Blomstedt's design
Yrjö Blomstedt's design

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