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Edvard Munch reproduction artworks

Edvard Munch (1863-1944)

Born: December 12, 1863; Ådalsbruk in Løten, Norway
Died: 1944; Oslo, Norway
Nationality: Norwegian
Art Movement: Symbolism, Expressionism

Edvard Munch is a Norwegian-born expressionist painter who lived a tumultuous life and expressed it in his paintings. While his earlier paintings were not well received and his father rebuked him for his art, his critical reception improved and attendance to his exhibitions increased by the 1890s. Some of his most famous artworks include The Scream (1893), Death in the sickroom (1893), and Anxiety (1894).

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Munch | The Scream

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Edvard Munch lived most of his life in a nihilistic, bohemian lifestyle, in which he engaged in binge drinking and brawling. After his father died, Munch was plagued by suicidal thoughts.

He transformed these personal tragedies and psychological idiosyncrasies into symbolic art form which expressed his inner emotions. In 1908, he was on the brink of insanity and suffered from hallucinations and irrational feelings of persecution. After he went to therapy and regained stability, he was able to improve his life financially and professionally.

Munch spent the two decades of his life in relative isolation, painting at one of his many estates.

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