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Ernst Johan Ragnar Ungern (born April 21, 1885 Oak Island -. December 17, 1955) was a Finnish painter. Ungern studied at the Turku Drawing School 1903-1906. In 1910, at age 25 he became a teacher ia drawing school teacher; he worked as a drawing teacher in Turku in the Finnish joint school by as much as 11 years and for 25 years at Turku Tyttölyseossa up until 1954. He died in 1955 at age 70. In addition, he served as the Turku Art Museum vt. Curator in 1919-1923 and 1919-1928 as financial manager. Ungern belonged to Turku at the beginning of the last century, which affected the so-called Pinella red room group, which met in a restaurant Pinellassa.
Ungern spent his first seven years at Tammisaari and went to school in Tampere. His mother tongue was Swedish, but he went to Finnish-language preparatory school and theearned a Finnish degree in 1906. He also studied for a year in Munich.
As a teacher, Ungern was memorable and Hilkka Toivola has described him as "a huge, compacted strength" radiant person. Ungern cultivated orchids and was interested in cooking, loved mökkiään Iniö and loved to listen to music. (Source, in Finnish: https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ragnar_Ungern, translated by Google..) undefined