Sigurd Wettenhovi-Aspa

Sigurd Wettenhovi-Aspa

Georg Sigurd Wettenhovi-Aspa (born Wetterhoff-Asp, 1870–1946) was a Finnish artist and amateur egyptologist. He is best known for his fantastic theories of the past of the Finnish people. Some consider him a late practitioner of Gothicismus.

His parents were Georg August Asp (1834—1901), professor of anatomy at the University of Helsinki and Mathilda Sofia Wetterhoff (1840—1920), developer of female gymnastics.

Wettenhovi-Aspa stadied art in Copenhagen in the klg. Akademiet for de Skønne Kunster and the Kröyer Academy 1888-1891.


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