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A special exhibit of Harald Sohlberg's intriguing landscapes was featured at the National Museum on the day of my visit."Winter Night in the Mountains," painted in 1914 was especially memorable, as was "Street in Roros in Winter," 1903. Most interesting of all was seeing the...More
The main reason I wanted to come to Norway's National Gallery was to see Edvard Munch's 'The Scream' and the rest of the room dedicated to his work, but there is also a whole collection of other great artists on display too, including the likes...More
The main reason I went to the National Gallery in Oslo is of course to see "The Scream" by Norwegian artist Edvard Munch. It does not disappoint. There are a few other noteworthy ones to look out for: Munch's other works, Rodin's sculpture "The Thinker",...More
During a 3 day visit last year I went here 4 times!
-I really think that says it all 😊
This year they didn't have some of my favourite canvases up...sigh. But they are rotated on a regular basis.
I appreciate, but am not a consumer of fine art. The National Gallery was a nice surprise for me. In addition to Munch's The Scream, there are several other works of his in a gallery, that shows you the type of work he did, outside...More
National gallery is a pleasure, not so big, easy to see everything in 2 hrs. Gallery is marked by numbered rooms, limited cassette to use for info. Good area to visit, stop for a lunch on the way, coffee shop across the street. Palace at...More