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Focusing mainly on Norwegian artwork, National Gallery of Norway Nasjonalgalleriet boasts the country's largest collection of paintings, sculptures, and other art open to the public. Originally founded in 1842, the museum's holdings emphasize works from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Wander the halls and view paintings from famous European artists including El Greco, Renoir, Monet, and Picasso. The museum showcases other media besides as well, including exhibitions on photography, videography, manuscripts, and contemporary forms of expression. Don't miss the well-known piece "The Scream," painted by native Norwegian Edvard Munch. Make National Gallery of Norway Nasjonalgalleriet part of your personalized Oslo itinerary using our Oslo tour app.
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Paid £10 per person it’s a very small museum, with not much in. Very basic not much of Norwegian history
Paid £10 per person it’s a very small museum, with not much in. Very basic not much of Norwegian history more »
Nice museum. Has free lockers for coats and things. Not a lot to see. A Viking section, native, and when I was there a Egyptian section. Nice gift store located on site. If you’re already in that..... more
Nice museum. Has free lockers for coats and things. Not a lot to see. A Viking section, native, and when I was there a Egyptian section. Nice gift store located on site. If you’re already in that..... more »
The exterior of Nasjonalmuseet reminds me of a car parking or even a prison but coming inside is like an immense beauty of brilliant art. This is truly a must for everyone even with the slightest interest in art. The exhibitions are brilliantly presented by themes and timeline and best of all, the lighting of the individual objects are just perfect - I don’t think an exhibition can be presented any better than what is done in this brand-new museum.
Very nice museum, especially perfect for rainy days:) The building itself is seriously impressive. There is a large art exhibition, you also get to see infamous „skrik“/the scream by Edvard Munch. The ground floor offers an amazing collection of old furniture/clothing/ items from various decades. Definitely worth a visit, even on sunny days:)
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