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Stavanger Museum of Fine Arts offers a collection of distinguished Norwegian art ranging from nineteenth century to contemporary art. Of particular interest is the unique collection of paings by Lars Hertervig (1830-1902) who was born in Tysvær by Stavanger, and whose romantic, powerful and highly personal landscapes still have a strong impact on the viewers. The museum also contain the Hafsten Collection, a former private collection of works by mid-twentieth century painters, making the museum a national centre for art from this period. The museum is beautifully situated in the park surrounding the lake Mosvatnet, 3 km from the city centre.

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Schedule

1 January - 14 June

Monday:
Closed
Tuesday:
11:00–15:00
Wednesday:
11:00–15:00
Thursday:
11:00–19:00
Friday:
11:00–15:00
Saturday:
11:00–16:00
Sunday:
11:00–16:00

15 june - 31 august

Monday:
11:00–16:00
Tuesday:
11:00–16:00
Wednesday:
11:00–16:00
Thursday:
11:00–19:00
Friday:
11:00–16:00
Saturday:
11:00–16:00
Sunday:
11:00–17:00

1 September - 31 December

Monday:
Closed
Tuesday:
11:00–15:00
Wednesday:
11:00–15:00
Thursday:
11:00–19:00
Friday:
11:00–15:00
Saturday:
11:00–16:00
Sunday:
11:00–16:00

Prices

From:
NOK 400

Contact

Address:
  • Henrik Ibsensgt. 55
  • 4021 STAVANGER
Phone:
51 84 27 00
Email:
post@museumstavanger.no
Website:
stavangerkunstmuseum.no/

Facilities

Café:
Toilet:
Souvenirs/gift shop:
Disabled-accessible:
Guide available:
Family-friendly:
Season:
  • Winter
  • Spring
  • Autumn
  • Summer

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