Gunnar Norrman at Fitch-Febvrel Gallery
Critics' Choices, The New York Times, Friday, June 23, 1995, by Pepe Karmel.
Dusk settles over a garden. Trawlers drift in calm waters. A copse of trees stands on a windless plain. Like Corot's late paintings, the drawings and prints of this 83-year-old Swede evoke a world where nothing ever happens, but revelation is always imminent.