Rolf Nesch Museet

The German-born expressionist artist Rolf Nesch (1893-1975) spent 25 years of his life living in Ål. The Nesch Museum displays 78 of his original works, and is the world's largest permanent, public exhibition of Rolf Nesch’s art. The museum exhibits drawings, prints, sculptures and collages.
Monday - Friday 0800 -1600.

Some examples of Rolf Nesch's works. The pictures can be from other exhibits than the Nesch Museum