Nationalmuseum in Stockholm is Sweden’s museum of art and design.
Its collections include painting, sculpture, drawings and prints from 1500 to 1900 and applied arts, design and portraits from early Middle Ages until present day.
The museum has finally reopened with a new exhibition – “Zorn – en svensk superstjärna” (“Zorn – a Swedish Superstar”) – that is dedicated to one of the best-known Swedish artists.
C.M. Lerici Foundation supports art students and researchers as well and the Nationalmuseum’s collections offer many interesting insights.
Do you know this museum and its history? Would you like to visit it?