SALTO. Master of Stoneware
The spring exhibition at Øregaard Museum presents the Danish artist Axel Salto’s (1889-1961) world-famous stoneware. The exhibition presents more than 100 works split between stoneware, porcelain and drawings, which in turn are complemented by prints, graphic design, books and paper. A number of important works from…
The museum and the collection
The Museum is home to a collection of Danish painting from 1750 to 1950. The collection includes unknown as well as famous Danish artists including Jens Juel, C.W. Eckersberg, Martinus Rørbye, Paul Fischer, and Jais Nielsen. The collection of furniture, silver, and porcellaine covers the period 1780-1820 around the construction of Øregaard focusing on craftmen from Copenhagen and pieces from Den kongelige Porcelainsfabrik (Royal Copenhagen).
Øregaard Museum is located 5 km north of the center of Copenhagen.
Enjoy your coffee in our elegant café overlooking the park.
Øregaard – an estate from the palmy days of Danish overseas trade
Øregaard Estate was constructed in 1806-8 for the merchant and plantation owner Johannes Søbøtker (1777-1854) and his family.
Selected exhibitions from 2010 to 2017 including Franciska Clausen, Lee Miller, Man Ray, Martinus Rørbye, Agnes Cleve, and Meret Oppenheim.