Odrupgaard is a state-owned art museum situated north from Copenhagen. The museum houses one of Northern Europe's most considerable collections of Danish and French art of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. Ordrupgaard was founded 1916-1918 by former Hafnia managing director, titular Councillor of State Wilhelm Hansen ( 1868-1936) and his wife Henny Hansen.
It is a very nice museum where you walk through the rooms of the house and the walls are covered with the most beautiful paintings.
I also like the furnitures as this tiled stove at the left.
A little orangery to enjoy the light.
A study with the books along the walls.
The museum has recently expanded with a new building by architect Zaha Hadid with a little restaurant.
In the garden was an exhibition of several artworks but the weather was awfull with heavy rains so I had a speedy run to catch only this one.