Vigeland Sculpture Park, also known as Frogner Park, is a statue-themed park with 212 sculptures of Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland on display. The statues in the park focus on highlighting the theme of "life and death" of human beings. From the birth of a baby, through childhood, adolescence, youth, adulthood, old age, and until death, they reflect the whole process of life and are thought-provoking. Among the many sculptures, the most famous are "Angry Boy" (Sinnataggen) and The Monolith (The Monolith). The giant stone pillar is very conspicuous, 14 meters high, and 121 figures are carved on the stone. As for "Angry Boy", it is located on the left side of the small bridge leading to the giant stone pillar, and it is easy to miss if you don't pay attention.
The Vigeland Museum has not only sculptures, but also prints, sketches, sketches and photographs, as well as letters and other works.
Vigeland Sculpture Park today is washed blue
To be honest, I really don’t like museums. It’s too nutritious and not suitable for me, and I don’t think much, but the friends accompanying me are good, so we will go to many places. This museum not only has sculptures, but also includes prints, drawings, sketches and photos, as well as letters and so on. I don’t understand it very well. My friend said that there are many works by the Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. Those who are interested can come and have a look.
This is a museum in the park. You can admire the classic works of Norwegian sculptors up close and understand the stories of their creation.
I have always liked this Norwegian sculptor, and his museum is also full of special artistic atmosphere.
Preston_Dominguez: Nobels gate 32 N-0268 Oslo
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Vigelandsparken,Fram Museum,Bygdoy Peninsula,Norsk Folkemuseum,Viking Ship Museum