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The sea, Le Havre

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Portrait of a Venetian Woman and her Cavalier – Art Print

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The Fairytales of Hans Christian Andersen Book

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The Race

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Jacob Surland on creating a vertical panorama of two stitched together photographs

We see horizontal panoramas frequently but here is an example of a vertical one. This is an amazing photograph of the Basilica de Santa Maria del Mar in Barcelona taken by the super talented Jacob Surland. It is a vertical panorama of two stitched together photographs. How cool! For those of you photography enthusiasts, Jacob … Continue reading Jacob Surland on creating a vertical panorama of two stitched together photographs

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Have you ever wondered how Monet achieved such flickering atmosphere?

This instantaneous character of the pictures was often the result of a long working process. This picture belongs to one of the extensive series on which Monet started at the beginning of the 20th century. From a hotel room in London he painted the view of Waterloo Bridge, the Thames and the factories on the opposite … Continue reading Have you ever wondered how Monet achieved such flickering atmosphere?

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In The National Museum of Denmark

Can you guess how we used to punish serfs in the 1700s?…

…Whip on a tree horse or a dungeon trip!?! Yikes! Discover how disobedient peasants were punished in this short theatre show. In the midst of the green idyll at Frilandsmuseet, Morten Eisner plays a passionate researcher who will conduct a fair lecture on punishment, kicking, wood horse and justice. But nothing goes as planned … The … Continue reading Can you guess how we used to punish serfs in the 1700s?…

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In the far north of Europe live the Scandinavians. They inhabit  a world of extremes. From the silent Icebergs and Glaciers in the arctic, where life alternates between the perpetual Sunlight and a permanent night, illuminated only by the Northern Lights. Majestic fjords and never-ending reaches of pine forest. Rolling fields and the sunlit shallows of the Baltics. In this relative isolation, the Scandinavians grew as a race and developed their own distinct culture. A culture that has reached an expression in so many different ways.

The Nordics has always been a wellspring of creativity and aesthetics, which we here at CultureNordic are committed to finding and presenting to you, our customers. Wherever you are in the world, you are now just a few clicks, from the very best of Nordic gifts from leading museums, artisans and artists.

Whether it be from the Design Museum of Denmarkthe Karen Blixen Museum, or our very own National Museum – you can always be sure, that we will provide an exciting and surprising customer experience, thanks to the collective creative force of our cultural partners.  By buying great gifts on CultureNordic, you not only get an authentic Nordic gift, you also provide valuable financial support to our cultural institutions.

On a weekly basis, we present new and exciting gifts, which reflect the Nordic seasons and the world-class events our partners continually present to the world.