Thielska Galleriet, Stockholm
Categories: Art Museums, Architectural Buildings, Museums, Tourist Spots
Admire the impressive collection of Scandinavian art housed in a historic mansion at Thielska Galleriet. The gallery displays the collection of Ernest Thiel, a wealthy banker and a renowned art enthusiast, and is located inside his former home. The mansion itself is a sight to see, the work of famous architect Ferdinand Boberg, completed in 1907. Inside, next to period furnishings, you can see works of celebrated artists such as Bruno Liljefors, Anders Zorn, and Edvard Munch. In addition to Scandinavian masters, many of whom were Thiel's personal friends, the gallery also displays works of Paul Gauguin and Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, while its garden is adorned by Auguste Rodin's sculptures. The mansion is not wheelchair-accessible and features a few staircases which might be difficult to navigate for visitors with reduced mobility. Put Thielska Galleriet at the forefront of your travel plans using our Stockholm trip itinerary planner.
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Utställningarna var väldigt intressanta, fanns mycket att se och beundra. Dock tycker jag inträdesavgiften var lite väl hög. Docköverkomlig för mig eftersom jag har ett genuint konstintresse.The exhibitions were very interesting, there was a lot to see and admire. However, I think the entrance fee was a bit too high. However, affordable for me because I have a genuine interest in art.show original
We took the Number 69 bus to the Thielska Galleriet which is at the end of Djurgarden island. The permanent collection is mainly by Swedish artists and displayed in bright and airy gallery rooms. Ther... read more »
This gallery, in a mansion just outside central Stockholm, has some stunning pieces of art. There are several paintings by Carl Larsson, who was a friend of the Thiel family and painted their portrait... read more »
Amazing. Best museum I saw in Stockholm. Out of the way but well worth the bus ride. Great , focused collection of Munch & Swedish contemporaries
A interesting dive in the Swedish painting. I really appreciated painters I didn't know. Walking back to town through the park is another pleasant experience. It worth a trip, caffe has nice cakes too !
Outstanding permanent art collection. Many pieces from Edvard Munch including a The Scream lithograph one.
Stinking awesome! Sexy art...
Impressive permanent collection, makes it well worth a visit any time of the year.
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