The Millers Statue Park is on the island of Liding. This is actually the residence of a very famous sculptor in Denmark. There are many of his works to visit. Of course, the residence is also very beautiful, and the surrounding environment is really beautiful.
Millers Sculpture Park is located on Liding Island in the northeast. Karl Millers is a famous Swedish sculptor. He bought the hillside land by the bay in 1906 and built a villa and a creative room here. After his death, Millers was turned into a museum, exhibiting the sculptor's art works and his extensive collection of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures, including Chinese Tang Sancai and Ming Dynasty stone sculptures. The location of the garden is very quiet.
This park is beautiful. The flowers and plants inside make people feel happy and there are many sculptures inside. However, the placement of these sculptures is very interesting and has a feeling of icing on the cake.
This was originally the residence of the sculptor Millers, but has now become a park for his sculptures. Most of the sculptures here are bronze sculptures. The subject matter is based on European mythological stories. Many mythological figures are portrayed. The carving lines are simple and clear. The bold and bold is definitely a fine work of carving and casting.
The various statues of CarlMilles’ villa and garden are impressive and here you can better appreciate his artistic vision and glimpse through his family life (such as furniture, environment). Even if you don't like art, at least some sculptures will be visually interesting, and the garden of the villa is a pleasant place to walk around-they are not that big. The museum rotates art exhibitions of other artists' works in the gallery space. You can find information on the website or look at the many banners all over the city. During the visit, we saw the works of two Swedish artists, LarsJohnsson (painter) and KentUllberg (sculptor) as the common bird and animal themes in this exhibition. I don't know why the fountain in the garden doesn't open. Is it broken?