Charlotta Malm-Reuterholm

Lovisa Charlotta Malm-Reuterholm (1768–1845)[1] was a Finnish - Swedish artist, painter, writer and noble.[2]

Charlotta Malm-Reuterholm
Portrait of Charlotta Malm-Reuterholm.jpg
Lovisa Charlotta Malm, by Jonas Forsslund
Lovisa Charlotta Malm

1768 (1768)
Died1845 (aged 76–77)
NationalityFinnish - Swedish
Known forPainting
Axel Christian Reuterholm
(m. 1797)


She was the daughter of Major Jacob Georgsson Malm (1735–1789) and Eleonora Lovisa von Köhnnigstedt (1745–1821). She married Baron Axel Christian Reuterholm (1753–1811) in 1797. Her husband served as the president of The Court of Appeal in Vaasa (Vaasa Hovrätt). She is represented on the portrait collection of the Vaasa Court of Appeal.

She was a Dilettante painter. She also published a book of psalms in three parts in 1820–1846.

She was buried at Strängnäs Cathedral in the Diocese of Strängnäs, Sweden.


  1. ^ "Lovisa Charlotta Malm, 1768-1845". nationalmuseum. Retrieved 14 October 2017.
  2. ^ "Reuterholm, Lovisa Charlotta (1768-1845)". Retrieved January 1, 2019.

Other sourcesEdit

  • Svenskt konstnärslexikon (Swedish art dictionary) Allhems Förlag, Malmö (In Swedish)