John Singer Sargent
Nationalmuseum’s exhibition on John Singer Sargent will be the very first exhibition on the artist in Scandinavia. Sargent is still little known in Sweden, but is internationally considered one of the most important artists at the turn of the last century.
Sargent was an American citizen but spent most of his life in Europe. He was born in Florence to American parents, was educated in France and lived for many years in the UK. The cosmopolitan life he led is clearly reflected in his painting.
Visitors to the exhibition at the Nationalmuseum will see some of the famous portraits that made his name in the same way and during the same period as our own homegrown artist, Anders Zorn. Here you will also see cityscapes and interiors from Venice, landscapes and scenes of everyday life from the Middle East and North Africa, majestic views of the Alps and a series of rarely seen charcoal drawings of nude male models.
- Standard admission: 150 kr
- Concessions (seniors and students): 120 kr
- Free admission for visitors under 20
- Free admission for members of the Friends of Nationalmuseum
- Free admission, others: ICOM, SMI, employees at the Central Museums and at The Swedish Department of Culture , the press, personal assistants, authorised guides, and teachers with a group of pupils. Evidence entitling to free admission must be displayed.
The ticket is also valid for the A&E Design exhibition.
Buy your ticket in advance
You are welcome to buy your ticket in advance. There is a limited amount of ticktes for each time slot. When buying tickets, you can also purchase the John singer Sargent exhibition catalogue. Pick it up at the exhibition entrance when you visit the museum.
Any remaining tickets are sold on site at the museum. Payment by creditcards only.
Repurchases and rebookings
Nationalmuseum does not repurchase exhibition tickets. Tickets can be rebooked, to a new date or time slot, via our booking system on the website.
This exhibition will be possible thanks to the generous support of the Terra Foundation for American Art.