Sydney photo-media artist Alexia Sinclair’s love of European history continues with her new series “A Frozen Tale” set in the 17th Century Skokloster Slott, a majestic castle commissioned by Carl Custaf Wrangel in the Swedish Age of Greatness. Today Skokloster Slott is known as one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture and the castle also houses the largest private art collection in Europe.
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