This art gallery, I just feel that it is average, mainly because I think that when you come to Bergen, you can enjoy the scenery of nature. It's really beautiful here, and it has a very quiet feeling. I like it very much.
The Norwegian painter Nikolai Astrup once visited his old seaside house (museum) a few days ago. At that time, he felt that there were too few works on display and it was not worth visiting. There are his collection albums in the Bergen Art Museum, and I can feel him I am a painter who loves nature, his works are fresh and natural, and I like it very much (I don’t understand art)
The surrounding environment of the Bergen Art Museum is beautiful. The museum house was once a residence for nobles and was later converted into an art gallery. There are mostly works by Norwegian artists in the museum, but I saw the works of the master Picasso. The environment feels pretty good.
There are four branch halls with a lot of exhibits. I think the tickets are very worthwhile. There are famous paintings by Picasso and so on, as well as modern art. The location is by the lake with beautiful scenery.
Scenery. The house here was formerly owned by a nobleman, but was later converted into an art gallery. The surrounding environment is a large green area and the ecology is very beautiful.
Preston_Dominguez: Rasmus Meyers allé 3, Bergen 5015, Norway
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Bryggen,Bryggen Herringbone House,Fish Market,St Mary's Church,Rosenkrantztarnet