the Norwegian-born Peter Dahl passed away on the night of Norway's national day, 17 may, something that Aftonbladet was the first to report on. His wife, Tina Hamrin Dahl says to DN that she found him dead in bed at six o'clock in the morning, a good hour after the heart is judged to have stopped.
"the national day has always been the biggest day of the year for him and it is typical of Peter that he is going to die then," she says.
Peters red-blue-and-white shirt and tie and they were set to go and look at the barntåget the day after.
I waved a Norwegian flag in front of the eyes on him before we fell asleep, and in the morning I put the flag on the halvstång on the bed next to him so that he would still get to be with and celebrate in a way, " says Tina Hamrin Dahl.
the last few years, when he suffered a stroke and had to amputate both legs due to diabetes. 2015 discovered a large brain tumor in the frontal lobe, as did he, subsequently, found it difficult to communicate.
According to Tina, he became worse and worse during the last two weeks of life, and a few days ago she called Peter's son to say that she thought his death was near.
– Hans geist and zest for life disappeared the last few weeks. I had grown into the idea that it would happen, but it still feels difficult to understand. He was so nice, and we've done everything together over the 22 years we have been married.
in 1934, and came to Sweden during the war years. He was a painter, printmaker, sculptor and writer. He became particularly known for her illustrations to the Bellman's ”Fredman's epistles”.