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Oslo’s Vigeland Sculpture Park

 

Oslo’s Gustav Vigeland sculpture park is an astonishing array of more than 200 sculptures in granite, bronze and wrought iron. It was installed between 1940-1949.  All photos by Brian E. Clark.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brian E. Clark

Brian E. Clark is a Madison, Wisconsin-based writer and photographer who contributes to the Chicago Tribune and LA Times on a regular basis. He also writes a weekly travel column for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.  A native of Iowa, Clark is a University of Colorado, Boulder, graduate who focuses on adventure travel. He’s a veteran whitewater kayaker and skier who has lived in Norway, Sweden, Brazil and Bolivia. He worked for newspapers in Washington State and California for 25 years, including the San Diego Union-Tribune, before returning to the Midwest. He manages to head back West several times a year when he’s not off in other corners of the globe. Or poking around Wisconsin.

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