Seductive and surreal, Anna Halldin-Maule’s figurative paintings are rendered in hyper-realistic perfection. On one level, her impeccably executed works celebrate beauty and glamour, yet on another they reflect our collective obsession with fashion and appearance, exploring the ‘masks’ women wear while defining themselves by today’s standards of beauty.
Halldin-Maule is an exciting young artist who is already gaining serious attention. Born in Gothenberg, Sweden, her grandfather was a celebrated Swedish painter who influenced Halldin Maule’s early efforts. After formal training at the Oland Art Academy, she relocated to the United States with her husband. She has since exhibited in both the US and Europe and her work is held in many important private and public collections, including the Balboni Collection, Lamborghini, Sant’Agata, Italy.