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The Art Collection at Tyssedal Hotel

The Art Collection at Tyssedal Hotel Photo: Harald Hognerud The Art Collection at Tyssedal Hotel Photo: Tyssedal Hotel The Art Collection at Tyssedal Hotel Photo: Tyssedal Hotel
The Art Collection at Tyssedal Hotel Photo: Harald Hognerud
The Art Collection at Tyssedal Hotel Photo: Tyssedal Hotel
The Art Collection at Tyssedal Hotel Photo: Tyssedal Hotel

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This historical hotel is home to a spectacular collection of original art. Nils Bergslien, Christian Krogh, Askvold, Adelsten Normann, Morten Müller, Ludvig Shramstad and Hans Dahl are among the artists represented here. The work of Geir Grung, one of Norway's best known modernist architects, is exhibited at the hotel. The hotel is open all year round.

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The Art Collection at Tyssedal Hotel - Photo: Harald Hognerud

The Art Collection at Tyssedal Hotel

This historical hotel is home to a spectacular collection of original art. Nils Bergslien, Christian Krogh, Askvold, Adelsten Normann, Morten Müller,...

The Art Collection at Tyssedal Hotel

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