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All reviews van gogh carl larsson old masters permanent collection wonderful collection sculpture hall top floor impressive building special exhibit worth a visit rainy day closed on mondays free entrance few hours rembrandt painters century
One of the best art museums in the world with a very large collection from all over Europe. The works are well classified based on the periods of evolution of artworks. Special section for Nordic Arts.
One of the major advantages of visiting an art museum that is not in the elite level is that you hardly need to be crowded.This museum is a brilliant example of this. You can see everything from Monet to Chagall here.The sculpture hall gives the...More
Architecturally impressive and part of a group of other public buildings. Really liked the styling of the cinema and concert hall and central water fountain. The museum is small but does have a good collection of art work mixing old masters with contemporary art pieces....More
It is not a very big collection, but it has a number of famous works and artists. The collection has rooms dedicated to different epoques / themes. That is good, because it makes it easier for you to male priorities of your time. The rooms...More
The museum's permanent collection features an eclectic mix of work that spans over four centuries and many countries. Works by several famous and well-known artists are there, including Reubens, Rembrandt, Picasso and Matisse, but I found the work of less-known artists even more compelling. They...More
Set in a historical building. The artwork is amazing. As you enter each room, dont forget to look up, the detail in some of the rooms will amaze you.
I loved the collection of Impressionism.
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