The Nordic Watercolour Museum is a museum, artist workshop and research facility in Skärhamn on the island Tjörn in Sweden, opened in 2000. The architects behind the museum, painted in the typical Swedish Falu red colour, are the Danes Niels Bruun och Henrik Corfitsen. They won the assignment after a major international competition.
The museum has five guest studios available to artists and the general public. The studios support artistic collaboration for public programs, study courses, publications, lectures and offer artists opportunities for studio visits.