Svensk-Franska Konstgalleriet, Stockholm
The Svensk-Franska Konstgalleriet was established in 1918 by Gösta Olson (1883-1966), who was the main dealer in twentieth-century art in Sweden. He specialised in French art.
From 1925 onwards the gallery published the journal Konstrevy. During World War II the two dealers who had closest connections with this gallery were Christian Faerber and Oscar Stern who sold continually at the Svensk-Franska auctions. The business and name were sold in 1974 by Stefan Engström who has since died. Bukowski took over the auction side of the business in the early 1970s.
Sweden and Jewish Assets. Final Report from the Commission on Jewish Assets in Sweden at the Time of the Second World War, Stockholm 1999 (Sverige och Judarnas tillg?ngar, sou 1999).
Central Registry Correspondence, Stockholm City Archives, 13 August 2002.