Heidi Blomstedt

Heidi Kristina Blomstedt (née Sibelius; Järvenpää, 20 June 1911 – Helsinki, 3 January 1982) was a Finnish designer.[1]

Heidi Blomstedt
Heidi Blomstedt, Jean Sibeliuksen nuorin tytär ja arkkitehti Aulis Blomstedtin puoliso, 1940-1945, (D2005 167 6 62) Suomen valokuvataiteen museo.jpg
Heidi Blomstedt, 1940
Born
Heidi Sibelius

(1911-06-20)20 June 1911
Järvenpää, Finland
Died3 January 1982(1982-01-03) (aged 70)
Helsinki, Finland
NationalityFinnish
Known forCeramics, Design
Spouse(s)Aulis Blomstedt

She began her education in Helsinki, and later continued her studies at the Ateneum School of Art.[2]

She graduated in ceramics at the Taik School of Art and Design in 1932, and worked as a freelance ceramist and for the Arabia company.

She married the architect Aulis Blomstedt, and they had four children: Juhana Blomstedt (1937–2010), Petri Blomstedt (1941–1997), Anssi Blomstedt (b. 1945) and Severi Blomstedt (b. 1946).[3]

Her parents were the composer Jean Sibelius and Aino Sibelius.

SourcesEdit

  1. ^ "Keski-Suomen museo". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2017-03-18.
  2. ^ "Heidi Blomstedt". www.sibelius.fi. Retrieved 2020-07-06.
  3. ^ Sukulaisia aakkosittain Jean Sibelius -verkkosivusto: Helsingin Suomalainen Klubi.

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