Hillstrom Museum of Art exhibition – 150 Years of Swedish Art

Posted on October 1st, 2012 by

Carl Wahlbom (1810-1858); Death of King Gustav II Adolf at Lützen (Gustaf Adolfs död i slaget vid Lützen), 1855; Oil on canvas, 39 ¾ x 59 7/16 inches (101 x 151 cm.); © Nationalmuseum, Stockholm; Transferred from the Kungliga Museet in 1866, NM 1028

The exhibition 150 Years of Swedish Art: Highlights from the Swedish National Collections in Stockholm (Moderna Museet and Nationalmuseum) is a compelling overview of the history of Swedish art since about 1862 until today. All of the pieces come from Stockholm’s Nationalmuseum and Moderna Museet, and many have never left Sweden prior to this exhibition. You don’t want to miss this superb art show, which is open now through Dec. 2. Read more about the Hillstrom Museum and 150 Years of Swedish Art online.


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