Ehrenstrahl Drawing Room in 360°

The Ehrenstrahl Drawing Room is named after its many paintings by court painter David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl. Click on the image above to start the tour and experience the art in the grand state room.

Ehrenstrahl's paintings depict important events in the life of Queen Hedvig Eleonora and her son Karl XI in the form of allegories. In the virtual tour the allegories are explained.

The tour also shows French rococo chairs, Chinese porcelain and a rococo clock.

The Ehrenstrahl Drawing Room can be visited during Drottningholm Palace's regular opening hours, but also with this 360° tour. Click on the image above to start the tour.

Look up! Discover the paintings by Ehrenstrahl in the virtual tour by clicking on the image.

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