Guided tour of the National Museum of Norway

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Welcome to a guided tour of the National Museum of Norway! A selection of works from the collection will be presented:
The Baldishol Tapestry, Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”, Hannah Ryggen, the Sverre Fehn room, Harriet Backer’s “Blue interior, “Undo” by Vibeke Tandberg, and the painting once voted Norway’s ‘national painting’ “Winter Night in the Mountains” by Harald Sohlberg.

Sound from audioguide: Svarttrost produksjoner AS
Music: Nasjonalmuseet og Universal Production Music
Video: NEP/Hi5

Version with audioguide in Norwegian: https://youtu.be/QqFDQhyLR6Y

© Copyright protected artworks:
The artworks are reproduced according to agreement with BONO (Norwegian Visual Artists Copyright Society) – 2022

List of works:
Máret Ánne Sara, “Pile o’Sápmi Supreme”, 2017
Unidentified artist, “The Baldishol Tapestry”, 1040–1190
Vernon, Silkehuset, “Coronation Dress for Queen Maud”, 1906
Archive photo: DigitaltMuseum
Archive photo: Nasjonalbiblioteket
Peter Dundas, “Ciaras dress for The Met Gala 2019. Camp: Notes on Fashion”, 2019
Peter Dundas, Emilio Pucci, “Poppy Delevingne’s Dress”, 2014
Peter Dundas, Emilio Pucci, “Gala Dress for H.R.H. Crown Princess Mette-Marit”, 2012
Peter Dundas, Roberto Cavalli, “Kim Kardashian‘s Gala Dress”, 2015
Peter Dundas, “Emily Ratajkowski’s jumpsuit”, 2017
Peter Dundas, “Emily Blunt’s gold outfit”, 2018
Sol LeWitt, “Wall Drawing #839”, 1998/2021
Theodor Kittelsen, “Far, far away Soria Moria Palace shimmered like Gold”, 1900
Theodor Kittelsen, “The Water Sprite”, 1904
Hanna Pauli, “The Princess”, 1896
Theodor Kittelsen, “The Sea Monster”, 1881
Dyre Kristofer Vaa, “The Fairy Tale”, 1931
Theodor Kittelsen, “Illustration for ‘The Bear and the Fox’”, 1884
Sverre Fehn, “Norwegian Pavilion for the World Exposition in Brussels”, 1956–58
Sverre Fehn, “Nordic Pavilion for the Venice Biennale”, 1962
Pavilion in Venice, 1962. Foto: Ferruzzi
Pavilion in Brussels, 1958. Foto: Lucien Hervé
Sverre Fehn, “Venice Chair”, 1963
Enrico Ciuti, Marco Del Corno, “Decima Triennale di Milano”, 1954
Arne Korsmo, Grete Prytz Kittelsen, “The Herring Table”, 1954
Arne Korsmo, Grete Prytz Kittelsen, prod. J. Tostrup, Server, “Lazy Susan”, 1954
Prod. PLUS, Table runner, ca. 1970
Terje Ekstrøm, prod. Tandbergs radiofabrikk, Speaker, “Fasett, serie 2”, 1975
Hans Ehrich og Tom Ahlström, prod. Checkpoint Systems Inc., Queue ticket dispenser, “D 80”, 1976
Jac. Jacobsen, prod. Luxo ASA, Desk lamp, “Luxo L-1P”, 1961
Mathias Molden, Safety light, “Bluss”, 2018
Emil Gustafsson, Brooch, “Social Distance Alert”, 2015
Prod. Earin AB, Wireless earbuds, “Earin M-1”, 2015
Christian Lockenwitz, prod. Oticon Medical, Hearing aid, “Neuro 2”, 2017
Snø Designstudio AS, No Isolation AS, Robot, “AV1”, 2016
Vibeke Tandberg, “Undo # 4”, 2003
Vibeke Tandberg, “Undo # 7”, 2003
Torbjørn Kvasbø, “Tube Forms Floor”, 2012–2013
Hannah Ryggen, “Daybreak”, 1936
Hannah Ryggen, “Horror”, 1936
Hannah Ryggen, “The Use of Hands”, 1949
Harriet Backer, “Blue Interior”, 1883
Johan Christian Dahl, “View From Stalheim”, 1842
Harald Sohlberg, “Winternight in the Mountains”, 1914
Edvard Munch, “The Scream”, 1893
Edvard Munch, “Madonna”, 1894
Edvard Munch, “Death in the Sickroom”, 1893
Edvard Munch, “Dance of Life”, 1899–1900
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