The Rasmus Meyer Collection
A delightful wander through Norwegian highlights, and one of the finest collections of art by Edvard Munch.
As one of the first collectors of Edvard Munch’s art, Rasmus Meyer purchased chief works from all periods of Munch’s oeuvre.
In what is today one of the world’s most important collections of Munch’s art, you can find masterpieces such as "Jealousy", "Melancholy", "The Woman in Three Stages" and "Evening on Karl Johan".
The "Golden Age"
In 1917 Rasmus Meyer’s children donated their father’s collection of art and historical furniture to the city of Bergen. Today, as part of KODE, the donation comprises one of the finest collections of art from the Norwegian "golden age" (1880–1905).
The beautiful museum building enables you to have a delightful wander through historical interiors from Bergen, plus to experience highlights from the careers of artists such as J.C. Dahl, Hans Gude, Christian Krohg, Harriet Backer, Erik Werenskiold and Gerhard Munthe.
The Rasmus Meyer Collection is permanent exhibited at KODE.
The building opened in 1924. It was designed by architect Ole Landmark to house the extensive art gift donated in 1916 to the City of Bergen by businessman and art collector Rasmus Meyer. The museum was refurbished in 2013.
Video from Rasmus Meyer Collection
Yvonne og Bjarne Rieber
- 4 May 2013 to 31 Dec 2024
- Kode 3
- 150 / 100 / 0 *
* Adults: NOK 150, Students: NOK 100, Free admission for children and KODE members. The ticket gives admission to all exhibitions at KODE for two days