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The old dancepalace has been converted to show the prolofic work of Lars Lerin.
Entrally situated, fairly inexpensive and with a welcoming atmosphere it is well worth a visit!
The prolofic artist is displayed in a nice way, allowing you to walk through at a...More
Whilst the majority of art is by Lars Lerin there are a couple of rooms with photos and paintings by other artists, one or two of which were quite disturbing. Plenty of accompanying items on view, such as letters, books about the Antarctic and diaries...More
The first thing we did while at this place was get a few gifts for my kids that are back home in the States. I got some cool key chains that have a light on them. My children will just love this!
They have wonderful...More
The most spectacular water color paintings you'll ever see. Our kids found it very impressive too. I love the light in these paintings. I saw another exhibition ten years ago with Lars Lerins paintings from Lofoten. These paintings are still my favorites. But I also...More
We've seen a series of programmes on Swedish TV with Lars Lerin, and knew that he was a renown water colour artist, but seeing his work in real life was a wonderful experience. The work was well displayed in a light, airy setting. I would...More
Great paintings but crowded. Do not come at 11 when they open as it is a long line. Crowded inside.
The location is fabolous, right by the river.
Some of the paintings are great catching the Swedish light and atmosphere.
I have always been especially impressed by artists who master the art of water colours and expected to see some excellent work by our wellknown artist Lars Lerin. In the Sandgrund museum, however I found much more than I expected. Amazing technique and details.