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Eerik Haamer (1908–1994)

Eerik Haamer had made a name for himself by the beginning of the 1940’s as an epic depictor of the life of people living on the seacoast, depicting the relationships between man and nature and between man and society. As such, his position in Estonian art was relatively unique and the art criticism of that time was very highly appreciative of him.