|Promotion for Rydeng tailor shop. Published in 1907.|
|It was in
the Rydeng tailor shop in Ellsinore where the Finnish artists movement
” The November group” first was founded in 1910. Its
leader was Tyko Sallinen (1879-1955) and other members included Marcus
Collin (1882–1966), Alvar Cawén (1886–1935), Jalmari
Ruokokoski (1886–1936) and William Lönnberg (1887–1949).
The November group caused the greatest ever uproar in Finnish art during
the early 19th century. In the Finnish art of its age it represented everything
that was ugly, incompetent, distorting and primitive. Today the movement
is considered one of the most important and influenced periods ever founded
in Finnish art.