The national gallery of Sweden is home to famous paintings, porcelain items, sculptures and modern art.
The National Museum in Stockholm is the national gallery of Sweden, located on the peninsula Blasieholmen in central Stockholm.
The Nationalmuseum is closed for renovation. You can visit the temporary exhibition venue in central Stockholm at Nationalmuseum Design in Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Sergels Torg.
The current building, built between 1844 and 1866, was inspired by North Italian Renaissance architecture.
The museum is home to about half a million drawings from the Middle Ages to 1900, prominent Rembrandt and Dutch 17th-century collection, and a collection of porcelain items, paintings, sculptures, and modern art as well. The museum also has an art library, open to the public and academics alike.
The museum also has an art library, open to the public and academics alike.
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