• Einar Hakonarson

  • Einar Hákonarson

    Einar Hákonarson (born 14 January 1945, in Reykjavík, Iceland ) is one of Iceland's best known artists. He is an expressionistic and figurative painter who brought the figure back into Icelandic painting in 1968. He is a pioneer in the Icelandic art scene and art education. He has been called “The crusader of the painting”, due to his involvement in those conflicts many Icelandic painters have had with the public fine art centers over the last 20 years.

  • Einar

    Einar is a Scandinavian given name deriving from the Old Norse name Einarr, which according to Guðbrandur Vigfússon is directly connected with the concept of the einherjar, warriors who died in battle and ascended to Valhalla in Norse mythology. Vigfússon comments that 'the name Einarr is properly = einheri" and points to a relation to the term with the Old Norse common nouns einarðr (meaning "bold") and einörð (meaning "valour").

  • Einar Sem-Jacobsen

    Einar Sem-Jacobsen

    Einar Sem-Jacobsen (3 August 1878 – 15 October 1936) was a Norwegian military officer, engineer and aviation pioneer.

  • Einar Kringlen

    Einar Kringlen (born 6 June 1931) is a Norwegian physician and psychiatrist. He was born in Høyanger; the son of teachers Andreas Kringlen and Enbjørg Lotsberg. Among his early research works are Schizophrenia in male monozygotic twins from 1964, and his thesis Heredity and environment in the functional psychoses from 1967. He was professor at the University of Bergen from 1970 to 1971, and at the University of Oslo from 1977 to 2001. He was decorated Knight, First Class of the Order of St. Olav in 2002.

  • Einar Fagstad

    Einar Fagstad

    Einar Fagstad (born 30 October 1899 in Lillehammer, died 19 February 1961 in Göteborg ) was a Norwegian-Swedish accordionist, singer, actor and composer.

  • Einar Ambt

    Einar Ambt (22 March 1877, Copenhagen – 21 December 1928, Copenhagen) was a Danish architect.

  • Einar Thor

    Einar Thor, also known as Einar Þór Gunnlaugsson, (born August 2, 1964) is an Icelandic film director and writer primarily based in London since 1990. He has written and directed various films and videos, made dozens of radio programmes for Icelandic national radio and written articles on art, politics and culture. His filmmaking style has been described by critics as laid back, amusing and minimalistic.

  • Einar Utzon-Frank

    Aksel (Axel) Einar (Ejnar) Utzon-Frank (30 March 1888 – 15 July 1955) was a Danish sculptor and professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. During his lifetime, he produced a large number of sculptures, many of which stand as public monuments. He was the uncle of Pritzker Prize -winning architect Jørn Utzon.

  • Einar Thambarskelfir

    Einar Thambarskelfir

    Einar Eindridesson Thambarskelfir (c. 980–c. 1050) (Old Norse: Einarr Þambarskelfir, Modern Norwegian: Einar Tambarskjelve) was an influential Norwegian noble and politician during the 11th century. He headed the feudal lords in their opposition to Olaf Haraldsson.

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