Iceland's National Gallery of Art is still very artistic. It has snow-white walls outside and two simple sculptures in front of the door. Its buildings are as beautiful as three houses together.
It displays the works of famous Icelandic artists and is an enjoyment of art.
The National Gallery of Art collects the works of Iceland's most famous artists. Surreal muddy purple landscapes, demons, giants and dead themes often appear in the works of art, so that people can get close contact with Iceland's soul.
Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, is the largest city in Iceland, with numerous lakes. The Icelandic Museum of Fine Arts is one of the largest museums in the capital. Its design is very distinctive and many customers come to visit it every day.
Great galleries are beautiful. Many of the paintings on display are extraordinary, beautiful and eye-opening. It's really amazing. The facilities are also very good and advanced.
This is a very famous scenic spot. The environment is very beautiful and the air is fresh. Friends who like traveling can come here to visit and play. It's a very good place to find. It's accessible to local people and nearby buses.
This national-level museum was built in the mid-19th century. It is a museum with praise and connotation.
The gallery is constructed from glass facades that fit the local characteristics of Iceland.
You still need tickets. ~Forget how much it costs, but it's cheap and inexpensive, and the gallery is not big, so you can walk through it soon. The work on display is a bit amazing. Maybe I don't have enough artistic cells. = Anyway, nothing special can be appreciated. What impressed me deeply was that there was a special exhibition of paintings in the second floor exhibition hall. There was a huge painting which occupied a wall. It should be a picture of Iceland's seaside, with emphasis on dark depiction.
Iceland's most famous works of artists are collected in the collection, which I personally believe have many surreal scenery works, can feel the soul at close range.