Combine your stay at the Grand Hotel with this spring's art exhibition at The Munch Museum, WITH EYES CLOSED – GAUGUIN AND MUNCH
Offer includes for 2 persons:
- Overnight in one of our fabolus Superior Rooms
- Tickets to The Munch Museum, WITH EYES CLOSED – GAUGUIN AND MUNCH.
- Breakfast in historic Grand Café
- Entrance to Artesia Spa with heated pool, sauna and fitness
For 2 persons – 2750 NOK
The offer is available until April and applies for a Superior Room. Reservations are based on availability.
About the exhibition, WITH EYES CLOSED – GAUGUIN AND MUNCH .
Paul Gauguin (1848–1903) and Edvard Munch (1863–1944), two artists who in all likelihood never met, were instrumental in developing modern art during the 19th century fin-de-siècle. Both of them used trial and error to develop an artistic idiom that would reflect human life in stimulating new ways. Gauguin’s images and subject matter, unlike Munch’s, were often derived from his encounters with foreign cultures, but both Gauguin and Munch based their art on thoughts and emotions above all else. Gauguin is said to have remarked that he closed his eyes in order to see, while Munch famously put it like this: “I don’t paint what I see, but what I saw.” Both Gauguin and Munch encourage us to turn our gaze inwards and focus on the indelible impressions that art is able to make. .
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Combine your stay at the Grand Hotel with this spring's art exhibition at The Munch Museum, WITH EYES CLOSED – GAUGUIN AND MUNCH Offer includes…