Oslo Museum of Art, the main works of Norwegian painter Edvard Munch. The most famous one is this cry, but the most meaningful one for me is the girls on the bridge. This is the first oil painting that I learned to copy when I was studying art by GCSE. It's really touching to see. Nearly twenty years later, when I saw the original painting, I felt very lucky.
Edward Monk must be a must-see painter in Norway. His works mostly focus on life, death, love, terror and loneliness. The most well-known is "shout" "now hidden in the Norwegian National Gallery of Art". In one of Munk's diaries, the inspiration of "shout" is described as "I go for a walk with my friends, when the sun is about to set, suddenly the sky becomes as red as blood, and a burst of sadness rushes to my heart. Dark blue bays and cities are the spaces of blood and fire. As my friends moved on one after another, I stood there alone, suddenly feeling an indescribable horror and tremor. It seemed that there was a cry from nature that shook the universe. " Because of family, growth reasons, Monk's concept of life, death and hell is different from ordinary people's fear and pessimism.
One of the highlights of the Nordic trip was to see the real Monk. The Norwegian National Museum of Art holds many authentic Monk's works. Na Shou is in Room 18. He can't take pictures or take pictures. Besides Munch, there are Picasso, Van Gogh and so on. There are not many tourists in Asia. The whole viewing process is very pleasant. Few people can walk slowly and carefully. It's really happy to meet local middle school students who are led by their teachers to sign art lessons.
It must be worth seeing. Because Munch's two egg-coloured versions of Shout are all collected here, and there are many works of Picasso's Rose Period, as well as works of Gauguin, Monet, Cezanne and Van Gogh, so why not go? Of course, it's worth the return ticket price.
Norway is not a big city, but it's really beautiful. It's like walking out of a fairy tale. The National Gallery of Art is more like a fairy tale in a fairy tale. Walking inside is like entering a dream. It's beautiful, especially in the evening. The fountain with lights is really beautiful. Last time I was arranged by a travel company. The local travelers in Norway gave me a very unique strategy. The itinerary plan is very powerful. They play what, how and what to eat every day, including detailed map guide.
When I went there, I happened to meet a contemporary art exhibition and saw many very famous paintings, including Monet's works. Students remember to bring your student card. It's half price. Traffic used to be very convenient, just 7 minutes walk from the subway station.