The Vigeland Sculpture Park is located in the northwest of Oslo. It is named after the Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. There are 192 nude sculptures in the park. All the sculptures have 650 statues. All the statues are Made of copper, iron or granite for more than 20 years.
When you walk into the sculpture park, you will find that although the statues are everywhere in the park, there are many, not chaotic, patchwork. There is a central axis of 850 meters in the garden. The main entrance, stone bridge, fountain, round steps, and life and death columns are all located on the axis, and the main statues and reliefs are distributed.
Although there is no written explanation, the park reflects the process of human beings from birth to death through the bridge of life, the fountain of life, the pillar of life, and the wheel of life. Everyone needs to experience. The
park is free and open for about an hour. There is also a Vigeland Museum, where you can experience the artwork of the almost complete sculptor Gustav Vigeland. The story behind Vigeland Park and how these sculptures were made.
Park is free to open, it is recommended to go early, otherwise there will be many tours.
The sculpture park in Oslo, Norway covers nearly 50 hectares and is named after the Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland, which has 192 nude sculptures and 650 statues in all sculptures. All statues have been carefully crafted from copper, iron or granite for more than 20 years.
I found a lot of cute and funny B sculptures like me. The key is that many sculptures can't be described. I don't want to see my old lady's heart shy... Let's look at the picture and feel it... and find it worn here. The warm color of the clothes and the green background form a contrasting color, which is very filmy.
The key is that this attraction, free, free, free, and open 24 hours a day, is not so good to find the sculpture group, we found them through most of the park.
There are still a lot of picnics in the park. The locals who walk the dogs are really life.
Oslo is known as the city of sculpture because it has the largest sculpture park in the world. However, this 80-hectare park has only one eternal theme: life. There are 214 sculptures and 758 objects in the entire park, all from the hands of the famous Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. The park is divided into four parts: the bridge of life, the fountain of life, the pillar of life, and the ring of life, showing the life trajectory from birth to death.
The most famous of them are the angry children, the pillar of life, and the ring of life.
An angry child is one of the most famous sculptures in the park and is said to be the only one in the park designed by Vigeland. Contrary to most innocent childhoods, the little boy's angry expression was carved to life, and it seems that every cell is venting its inner resentment.
Walk in the sculpture park, we walked from the end of life to the beginning of life, seeing people's life and death, love and hate. Each of the statues here has its own story, from the newborn baby to the old man who has lost his life, from the young and shy Huaichun girl to the mature and sexy man, love and hate, and intertwined into ordinary life here. A period of extraordinary time. Here, we need to walk quietly, to taste the joys and sorrows of life, and to experience the illness and death of a short life.
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This park is not a one-off. All the sculptures in the park are the works of the sculptor Gustav Wildland. This park is the life of this great sculptor. He designed the structure of the entire park and completed all the sculptures. Unfortunately, he did not see the glory of the park, because many of his works moved into the park after his death.
We are similar to entering from the back door of the park, so the first thing we see is the famous works in the park surrounded by several wrought iron gates, the pillar of life and the wheel of life.
On the bridge of life, I found the most famous sculpture in this park: angry children.
Standing in the northwest corner of the capital Oslo, the Vigeland Park is where you can see open lawns, lush forests, and ponds. It is a great place for people to take a walk and have a picnic. On the sidewalks in the middle of the Vigeland Park, there are various life-size human statues, and Vigeland used human body statues to express a series of emotions.