The park is near Helsingør and worth the walk round the heathland. Statues are always better viewed in landscape. Tegner lived 1873-1950 and is associated with the Symbolist movement. From 1890-93 he collaborated with Gustav Vigeland, the Norwegian sculptor, and there are parallels in his work... then Tegner moved to Paris and you can also see the influence of Auguste Rodin. The museum is interesting, the works more to our taste than the neoclssical statues of Thorvaldsen which we viewed in Copenhagen. Well worth a visit. Shop on site selling books, etc There is a cafe a short walk away.
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