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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
This museum is just a waste of time and money.
I don't even understand why the call it Munch museum since it has only 4 of his paintings
And now that the National Gallery is closed they didn't even put The Screma there
Currently most of the Munch works are not available. We chose to not go into the museum so I can't say more about that part of it. We even checked with Tourist Info at the Train Station before we ventured to the Munch Museum, and...More
As an artist & avid museum goer I was extremely disappointed by the very small collection of paintings available for the price of the tickets paid. If you come from another continent you hope to see more. This experience was one of the most disappointing...More
Just love this place for its authenticity, it’s sad that they are moving this to Bjørvika. It has been there for over 30 years so why move something with sentimental value 😭 anyways recommend to visit befor they move it to all the business street.
Nice russian exhibit right now. Russian paintings on loan from Tretyakov Gallery. The downside is that some 70 Munch painting are on loan to this Moscow gallery until middle of July, including one graphic version of the Scream.
Seeing the Madonna up close was an amazing experience. I loved visiting this small museum. I also loved how parts of the room were talking about the various ways people copy artists and testing viewers' eyes on which one was the original and which one...More
I only went to Munch Museet to see the Russian Exhibition on now. I knew they had very little Munch on display however didn't expect to pay full price. The Russian Exhibition is the only one currently on display right now. They are opening a...More
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They call it the Munch museum, but I think it was more paintings by Munte, than by Munch. I counted 17 painting by Munch in the whole museum, and there was no one of his famous ones. I feel totally ripped of paying 120kr (12€)...More
We chose to visit the Munch Museum because of its current exhibit - "The Swan Princess - Russian Art 1880-1910". A fabulous exhibition of paintings, sculpture, and textiles which explained and demonstrated the European-trained Russian artists who returned home and painted what they saw using...More