Gothenburg Art Museum
In 925, the building was inaugurated as an Art Museum at Götaplatsen. Before that, there were only a few works of art in the East India House in the so-called. Gothenburg Museum from 1861 (today Gothenburg City Museum). As the collections grew (with many large donations), a new art museum was planned. The building itself, which houses the Gothenburg Art Museum, is very beautiful. The house was ready for the Anniversary Exhibition in 1923. The architecture is influenced by Roman antiquity with its beautiful arches. In May 2017, the Gothenburg Art Museum was named a building monument.
You can view works by Carl Larsson, Bruno Liljefors, Ernst Josephson, Edvard Munch, Monet, Renoir, Anders Zorn, Christian Krohg, Isaac Grünewald and others.
Address: Götaplatsen, Avenyn