Not many rooms, so easy to manage. A lot of the Danish paintings are small and stacked on top of each other in the rooms, so there is visual overload. The large centre room is refreshing; it displays art of a 19th-centrury group called the Skagen School, who painted on the northernmost tip of Denmark. The showpiece is "Summer Evening on the Beach"—a huge painting of a blue-tinged moon-lit scene.
The gallery is good to visit as a halfway break from the National Gallery because it is just behind it.
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