Anna Palm de Rosa was born in Stockholm and grew up in a family of artists; her father was well-known artist and Professor Gustaf Wilhelm Palm. De Rosa mainly worked in watercolor and is known for her portrayals of the city of Stockholm and its surrounding archipelago. After her marriage the artist left Sweden to settle in Naples. Her new artistic motifs became the Italian countryside, with its farmers, architecture, horses and sea. Anna Palm de Rosa’s work is represented at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm and elsewhere.