It took Per Krogh about ten years to complete the walls and ceiling of the East Gallery. He wanted visitors to feel that they were “in the middle of the picture, a part of its teeming life.” The tree-root imagery is intended to resemble the stained-glass rose windows found in cathedrals.

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