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Edvard Munch bequeathed a large portion of his work to the city before his death in 1940, and this museum is the result. It contains books, paintings, drawings, scuptures and letters. The Munch Museums have changing exhibitions. Please see website...more
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I've been here before (and saw The Scream!) so I decided to go on my birthday and take my partner. It had a lovely exhibit on Munch's work and an artist he inspired- and that was about it!
It took about twenty minutes to walk...More
A visit to Oslo should definitely include the Edward Munch Museum.
The galleries are relatively small, which allows for an up close and personal viewing of Munch’s work. While “the scream” is on display at the National Gallery, there are many other lovely paintings here....More
I am an avid visitor to art museums where I spend 3 hours on average. Taking my time I was surprised to find the end of the exhibition in just 45 minutes. It IS just one exhibition at a time of which now a third...More
Just loved this museum, Spent a few hours looking at all of Munch's paintings. The Scream and the Kiss.are world famous but he has so many more with so much feeling. He was an artistic genius. I am so glad we took the time to...More
I confess that I really did not appreciate Munch – I was only familiar with “The Scream” (had not seen it in person yet when I visited the museum). This museum is filled with his other works (as others have mentioned – “The Scream” is...More
We really enjoyed the well-curated Munch exhibition, Between the Clock and the Bed. Although The Scream was not a part of this exhibition, the paintings showed the progression of Munich’s art throughout his life. The explanations were in English, Norwegian, and German. The museum was...More
There was a special exhibition with works gathered from round the world, which has now finished. It was extremely well done.
The exhibition allowed the visitor to see different versions of a work, or at different stages of development of Munch’s ideas. There were also...More
An interestig gallery tour, shiwcasig some of his less well known works. I was disappointed however to discover that his more famous pieces suh as the Scream were not present. Moreover, the gift shop had a very limited selection of his pieces (on pencil case...More
The Munch Museum in Oslo has been a place I've wanted to go since the first time I saw a version of his famous painting 'The Scream.' I have finally been able to visit and linger in front of the emotional paintings of family and...More