Art Museum of Nuuk

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Nuuk Kunstmuseum

Nuuk Art Museum (Danish: Nuuk Kunstmuseum) is a museum in Greenland, located in Nuuk, the capital.[1] The museum contains a notable collection of paintings, watercolors, drawings, graphics, figures in soapstone, ivory, and wood, with many items collected by the businessman Svend Junge.[1] Of particular note is a collection of over 150 paintings by Emanuel A. Petersen.[1]

Founded in 2005, the museum occupies a former Seventh-day Adventist Church building.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c www.kunstmuseum.gl
  2. ^ "The Art Museum of Nuuk." Greenland. Accessed November 5, 2012

Coordinates: 64°10′40″N 51°43′45″W / 64.1779°N 51.7293°W / 64.1779; -51.7293