As an experimental artist, Wilhelm Lundstrøm was a central figure on the Danish art scene in the period 1917-1950. Lundstrøm started at the art academy in 1913, but never completed his education. However, he managed to have five works exhibited at the Artists’ autumn exhibition in Østre Anlæg in 1918. Here he caused a great stir for his “Pakasse pictures” which had not been seen before in Denmark. Despite his lack of education, he was appointed professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in 1944. The work Portrait of Hanne is incredibly popular in recent times, and this poster is a re-drawing of the original work.