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Kristjan Teder (1901–1960)

Kristjan Teder combined two of his greatest passions in his paintings: art and gardening. He studied in Tartu at the Pallas Art School, later also in Germany and Paris. While working as a painter, he also went to work as a beekeeper under the conditions of the Second World War, and later as a gardener. All manner of themes associated with nature prevail in his oeuvre: flower paintings, landscape motifs, and depictions of gardens.