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Odrupgaard is an exclusive art museum with a collection that includes names such as Monet, Gauguin, Matisse, Renoir and Hammershoi. Initially, the museum building served as a manor house. You can still sense the atmosphere throughout the old rooms...more
A combination of old house & modern extension there are often special exhibiitons. This is important because if as I did, you went to see Danish art masterpieces by Hammershoi, these may be not in the main space but in a 2nd gallery within the...More
The gallery was a leisurely one hour stroll from our hotel. It is a destination worth seeking out from greater distance. The buildings and grounds are art installations in their own right. The contents of the special exhibition of Pissaro or the permanent collections were...More
A hidden gem near town of Ordrup just 20 minutes north of Copenhagen by S train. Special exhibit of Camille Pissarro with permanent collection of Monet, Gaugin and Hammershoi. Some Monet scenes you have never seen. A 25 minute walk from the train station or...More
This gallery is partly in a pretty historic house and partly in a modern annex. There's a large light-filled cafe the seems popular with locals. Right now there is an interesting exhibit about The Danish/French painter Camille Pissarro. The permanent collection is not large, but...More
Wonderful museum with a good collection of French Impressionists - as well as a good collection of Danish artists matching these. Well worth travelling to visit. The temporary exhibitions are from very good to World Class
I was a bit disappointed when I visited Ordrupgaard but it was all my fault! I visited on my birthday but hadn't checked the exact date the Monet exhibition opened and it was in two days' time! I wasted plenty of time to get there...More
Don't know how they managed to get hold of so many Monet paintings. Very impressive. The place itself is a beauty. Good combination of "old" estate house and "new" addition. Also a great café with good selection of snack and light lunch food.