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A Norwegian born expressionist painter, Edvard Munch lived a tumultuous life, which was represented in his paintings. As a child, he was often ill in the winter, and kept out of school. To pass the time, he spent his days drawing. His personal tragedies and psychological idiosyncrasies evolved into a symbolic art form that expressed more internal emotion and feeling than projected an image of outside reality. He often refused to sell his paintings, calling them his children, and so would create reproductions of them to sell.

I have several other books of Munch's work and this is best outside of the smaller images in excellent biography on Munch, Edvard Munch Behind the Scream by Sue Prideaux. The plates in Sings of Modern Art are large with good color. Nice selection of paintings and prints.

Edvard Munch Master Prints from the Epstein Family Collection Book Art Work.

The Death Chamber-Edvard Munch-Vtg Book Art Print . x11". Edvard Munch Master Prints from the Epstein Family Collection Book Art Work.

Edvard Munch's work reflects his inner torment and continuous struggle against the forces of love and dark destruction. This monograph traces the career and the psychology of an artist who created gripping art through an almost deranged mind. John Wiley & Sons AND Sons LTD. ISBN-10.

To continue the stories of lost Munch paintings. Two narrow canvases originally belonging to the Linde Frieze are now presumably lost. One depicting a Sunflower and the other a Hollyhock were photographed by Edvard Munch himself in his exhibition at Paul Cassirer’s gallery in Berlin in 1907. In the montage: two photographs by Munch, with details). 326. 3. Many people are not aware that the Munch Museum owns a unique collection of printing plates by Edvard Munch, among these 143 lithographic stones. The limestones come from Solnhofen in Germany and are quite heavy, from 20 to 60 kilos.

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"Sickness, Madness and Death were the black angels who stood around my cradle". Edvard Munch's paintings remained a life-long testimony to his words, reflecting his inner torment and continuous struggle against the forces of love and dark destruction. Paintings of such emotional intensity were unprecedented in the 19th century, to such as extent that in an 1892 Berlin exhibition, his works created an uproar which forced the exhibition to close. Ultimately, however, Munch's graphic work led to a redefinition of the bounds of artistic expression and launched the German Expressionist movement. This monograph traces the career and the psychology of an artist who created gripping art through an almost deranged mind. It features works from the Oslo Munch Museum, including paintings, etchings, lithographs and woodcuts, as well as extracts from Munch's diaries and other writings.
Edvard Munch (Art Monographs) download epub
Individual Artists
Author: Alf Boe
ISBN: 185490311X
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Individual Artists
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley-Academy (June 30, 1993)
Pages: 128 pages