Vigeland i atelieret / Vigeland in his studio

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Gustav Vigeland relaxing at Breime, west of Manda

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Ingerid and Gustav Vigeland at Breime


Vigeland house

The Vigeland house is Gustav Vigeland's childhood home in Mandal, and was opened as a museum in 2001. The Museum's address is Gustav Vigeland's vei 20 in Mandal, Norway's southernmost city. For further information, please contact by e-mail: Denne e-postadressen er beskyttet mot programmer som samler e-postadresser. Du må aktivere javaskript for å kunne se den..

 

Gallery Gustav Vigeland/Lindesnes Bygdemuseum

Gustav Vigeland grew up at Vigeland in South Audnedal, and spent almost every summer as an adult at his summer house at Breime in Lindesnes. At Gallery Vigeland, you will find more than 80 work's of art by the artist, which mainly consists of woodcuts with motifs from this area. For further information, please contact by phone; +47 38 25 51 09.

 

Emanuel Vigeland Museum

Emanuel Vigeland (1845-1945), Gustav Vigeland's younger brother, built this building in 1926 at Slemdal in Oslo. Later he decided that this also should be his burial place. For further information, please contact by phone: +47 22 14 57 88, or by e-mail: Denne e-postadressen er beskyttet mot programmer som samler e-postadresser. Du må aktivere javaskript for å kunne se den..




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