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The Thiel Gallery

A hidden gem among the Djurgården museums.

The Thiel Gallery is recognized as one of the finest art museums in Sweden and is beautifully set in walled grounds at Blockhusudden in the royal park of Djurgården.

The gallery houses a unique collection of works of art from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by leading artists of the period including Bruno Liljefors, Edvard Munch, Eugène Jansson, Carl Larsson, August Strindberg and Anders Zorn. The gallery also presents temporary exhibitions.

Chef Monika Ahlberg welcomes you to her café at the Thiel Gallery. In the beautiful park of the gallery there are sculptures of Auguste Rodin, Tobias Sergel and Gustav Vigeland.

THE THIEL GALLERY

Sjötullsbacken 8,

Stockholm

+ 46 (8) 662 58 84

info@thielskagalleriet.se

thielskagalleriet.se/en/

 

The Thiel Gallery

The Jobs sisters – ceramics and textiles

The Thiel Gallery

Ongoing — 2019-06-02      

The exhibition will present the two artists aesthetic vision in a lustful manner by using striking stagings in which living plants will be an important part of the setting.

Spring Concert with students from the University College of Opera

The Thiel Gallery

2019-05-02      

Warm welcome to celebrate the spring with an evening filled with music and art. Nordic romances and songs stand on the repertoire when candidate students from class 1 at the University College of Opera in…

Opening: Contemporary art i the park

The Thiel Gallery

2019-06-08      

Warm welcome to the opening of the summer exhibition with contemporary art in the park with the the three artists Christian Andersson, Fia Backström och Nina Pedersen. Inauguration in the park at 1 o´clock PM…

Sculptures by Gustav Vigeland (1869-1943)

The Thiel Gallery

2019-06-15      

The human condition, eroticism, and melancholy were constant themes in the artistry of Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland (1869-1943). His sculptures are characterized by an intense harshness, often with dark and complex motives, and they portray the intricate nature…