A Picasso in the kitchen, a huge Matisse in the living room. And that was only a fraction of all priceless art that “Teto” Ahrenberg kept in the family apartment at Strandvägen 39 in Stockholm. His collection just kept on growing – until overzealous Swedish authorities made sure that it all came to an end. M-magazine has met Teto’s widow Ulla, and his son Staffan, who now want to rehabilitate Teto.
In a six-page long coverage, M-magazine tells the story of Theodor Ahrenberg, his life and his collections.Share on facebook