Stockholm

Sweden



Address:
Fredsgatan 12 - Jakobsgatan 27
Stockholm
10326
Phone: +46 8 232 925
Website: www.konstakademien.se

Konstakademien

The Royal Academy of Fine Arts was founded in 1735 to support painting, sculpture and architecture. The Academy organizes exhibitions, lectures and research projects and maintains a reference library.


 Permanent Collection Highlights (3)

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Permanent Collection

Konstakademien presents a superb collection of fine arts, exploring the evolution of artistic trends over a period of 260 years. The collection is dominated by painting and sculpture, but also presents a wealth of cartoon and graphic art works.

The Konstakademien archives contain records dating from the eighteenth century to the present day, composed primarily of letters and manuscripts by Swedish artists. The archives also contain photographs and information on the academy members.






Opening hours

The museum is open from Tuesday to Friday, from 11am to 5pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm to 4pm.


Getting there

Take the underground to T-Centralen, or the bus to Tegelbacken.


Facilities

The Konstakademien benefits from an onsite Café.