The Thiel Gallery

The museum and Cafe Monika Ahlberg are open for visitors.

The Thiel Gallery is recognized as one of the finest art museums in Sweden and is beautifully set in walled grounds at Blockhusudden in the royal park of Djurgården. The gallery houses a unique collection of works of art from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by leading artists of the period including Eugène Jansson, Carl Larsson, Bruno Liljefors, Edvard Munch, August Strindberg and Anders Zorn.

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Today we're open 12:00 – 17:00.
Guided tours

We offer tours of our unique collection with a knowledgeable guide. Tours run 45 minutes to one hour and include a walkthrough of the collection and the estate, the life of Ernest Thiel and the origin of the collection. We also offer customized tours for school Groups.

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Ernest Thiel

In 1896 Ernest Thiel purchased his first large-scale painting, Bruno Liljefors' “Morning Mood by the Sea”. He continued collecting paintings and soon his apartment on Strandvägen became too small to house them all.

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Donations and new acquisitions are exhibited in the Söderberg room 30 October 2023 A selection of the last five years' donations and new acquisitions to the museum's collections is now presented in the Söderberg room. For example, several works by the artist Axel Törneman ... Read more
New exhibition Almost There. Maria Friberg 15 September 2023 The new exhibition Almost There. Maria Friberg opens Saturday 16 September. The Thiel Gallery has invited the artist Maria Friberg to initiate a dialogue between her practice and the ... Read more
New exhibition Touching. Andreas Eriksson and Edvard Munch 5 May 2023 Tomorrow, Saturday May 6, the exhibition Touching. Andreas Eriksson and Edvard Munch opens. Touching is a duo exhibition of prints by Andreas Eriksson (b. 1975) and Edvard Munch ... Read more
The Thiel Gallery is Stockholmers' favorite museum 2023 23 February 2023 Thielska Galleriet has been awarded the prize Stockholmers' favorite museum 2023! The survey was carried out by the company Evimetrix where 1,500 randomly selected Stockholmers ... Read more