Canceled exhibition 2020


Due to the Corona Pandemic this year's Bengt Lindström exhibition (August 22 - 23, 2020) at Storsjö Prästgård has been canceled. 

Bengt Lindström 2020

Storsjö Prästgård

Storsjö kapell, Sweden

We welcome you to the next year's exhibition, in August 21 - 22, 2021 at Storsjö Prästgård.


Exhibition Sweden 2020

Zornmuseet in Mora

February 8 - April 19, 2020


"The graphic artist Bengt Lindström"

Storsjö Prästgård

Storsjö kapell, Sweden

August 24 - 25, 2019 at 12 - 16

Exhibition Sweden 2019

Exhibition Chicago 2019


Bengt Lindström Art Tour


"Bengt Lindström, The Master of Ancient Nordic Mythology"

This international memorial art exhibition will display hundreds of unique paintings by the Swedish artist Bengt Lindström, 1925 - 2008, who lived and worked in Paris. The premiere will be in the United States. The planned itinerary is the USA, Italy, Spain, Portugal, United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, France, Denmark, Finland, and Sweden. In 2017 and 2018, the Art Tour started up with previews in several places in Sweden that meant a lot to the artist, displaying selected artworks from the collection. 

Welcome to enjoy Bengt Lindström's unique art!

Bengt Lindström

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The Art exhibition Tour Plan

The international memorial exhibition "Bengt Lindström, The Master of Ancient Nordic Mythology". Planned itinerary: The United States, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Denmark, and Sweden.



Bengt Lindström, oil painting Biegga Galles, 2 x 2 meter | the preview in Storsjö kapell 2017 | photo © Pekka Ronkainen

Planned itinerary

United States, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Denmark, Finland, and Sweden.




Storsjö kapell

25th to 26th of Augusti 2018

Art exhibition Bengt Lindström
"The Girls on the Champs-Elysées"

Timrå  23rd to 25th of March 2018

Art exhibition Bengt Lindström
"World class Art by Lindström"

The previews in Sweden

Each preview of the international memorial exhibition, "Bengt Lindström, the Master of Ancient Nordic Mythology," is unique in itself, none like the other. In 2017 and 2018, before it was time for the entire exhibition to continue to the world's art metropolises, we exhibited selected artworks from the collection at a few locations in Sweden. 


Bengt Lindström, french hand-woven tapestery, 3 x 3 meter, Paris A3
September 2 - 3, 2017

I'm very pleased with the first preview in Storsjö kapell, the artist's birthplace. What an experience it has been! Great to meet so many Bengt Lindström art lovers.

Bengt Lindström, oil, 2 x 2 meter, Curt Aspelin, Mora preview 2017 | © Lindstrom Art & Design AB
December 1 - 3, 2017

It has been a great experience to show Bengt Lindström for the Mora audience. In Mora we were able to display 47 large art pieces by Bengt Lindström. All the paintings made a fantastic impact when displayed side by side.

The first preview was in Storsjö kapell and the second in Mora.

Bengt Lindström, artist, Storsjö kapell, 1925-2008, foto © Hans Erixon



Bengt Lindström used dramatic colors in his paintings. Colors and shapes work together to reproduce powerful expressions. Bengt used to say, "The colors in my paintings are those that are found at home in Norrland when the snow is gone. Blue is the mountains, red is the autumn landscape, green and yellow are the spring and summer.

Bengt Lindström was born on September 3, 1925 in the small mountain village of Storsjö kapell, in Härjedalen, Norrland, Sweden. He grew up in this mythical wilderness with mountains, lakes, forests and animals. The local lumberjacks and the Sámi people told him many stories revealing the legends and mysteries of the Great North. His father's close friend, Kråik, chieftain of the nearby Sámi village, was also Bengt's godfather. Just after Bengt was born, Kråik performed the ceremony, "Baptism of the earth," during which Bengt was moved trough the roots of a dead tree to ensure that the spirits would protect him from the perils of life. 


Bengt Lindström

Like all other great artists, Bengt Lindström was very productive and arranged annual exhibitions in many places around the world. His use of strong colors and rapid, powerful brushstrokes prompted the Italians to call him The North Wind, “Vento del Nord”.