Harald Sohlberg (1869–1935) is considered as one of the masters of Norwegian painting art. This February, the London’s Dulwich Picture Gallery pays a tribute to the artist with a retrospective exhibition, Harald Sohlberg: Painting Norway. The time to celebrate also the 150th anniversary of Sohlberg’s birth and to discover an incredibly rich career based on symbolism and onirism, from the first works (when the painter was only twenty-years-old) to his late realizations. In this winter period, a perfect occasion to appreciate the art of the artist who fixed our imagination about Northern fairy and wild landscapes, exciting our fantasies.