Hans Dahl is one of Norway’s most recognised National Romantic artists and attracted particular attention from Germany and Kaiser Franz.
Our paintings reflect both a very well-known theme from Western Norway – young women in traditional clothing in ‘overly romanticised’ valleys and fjords – and the less common theme of bathing nymphs in what we believe is the Oslo Fjord and, more specifically, Larkollen. Both paintings date back to the 1890s.
The room accommodates 180 in a classroom setup, 250 persons in a theatre setup and 128 at round tables. The room can also be divided into two equally large spaces, each of which can accommodate 80 persons in a classroom setup, 100 persons in a theatre setup and 56 at round tables.
The following equipment is available in the room:
- Projector with screen
- Active speakers
- HDMI and VGA connections
- Handheld microphone and lapel microphone
- Flipover chart