Experience one of Denmark’s finest collections of French art.
The Glyptotek’s collection of French art from 1870-1925 presents masterpieces of paintings by the likes of Édouard Manet, Berthe Morisot, Paul Gauguin, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh and Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
The Small Salon
At the end of the exhibition of French art 1870-1925, visitors can find an exhibition space that provide the setting for small, temporary exhibitions of French art. Until 28 August 2022, the small thematic exhibition entitled The Small Salon – Paul Gauguin and the Danish Connection is on display. The thematic exhibition casts the spotlight on the French artist Paul Gauguin’s (1848 – 1903) residence in Copenhagen and tells the story of the artist’s wife, Mette Gauguin (née Gad). The focal point of the exhibition is the newly acquired painting La neige à Copenhague (Snow in Copenhagen) (1884). Read more here.
See the exciting activities and events, The Glyptotek has to offer. Please note, the events in Danish will not be presented here. Go to the Danish version of the homepage to see all events.
Enjoy a delicious lunch at "Picnic" overlooking the Glyptotek's beautiful Winter Garden.
Experience the special exhibition about the French artist, Suzanne Valadon, who defied the odds to become a successful painter.