Fridge Magnet, The Scream, MunchMFMW000036
Postcard, Munch, The ScreamCPOW000045
Fridge Magnet, The Kiss, MunchMFMW000007
Magnetic Bookmark, Munch, The ScreamKMBW000006
Fridge magnet, Madonna, MunchMFMW000008
Artist Journal, Munch, The screamNSAW000002
Shopper foldable , Munch, The ScreamBSHW000030
Photo Pen, Munch, the ScreamWPHW000031
Glass Dome, Munch, The screamHGDW000029
Postcard sketchbook, Munch, The ScreamNPBW100001
Softcover Book A5 , Munch, The ScreamNSBW000027
Keyring , Munch, Le criAKRW000038
Lens cloth, Munch, The Scream, 15x15ALCW000051
Edvard Munch was a Norwegian painter. He was the great foreman of expressionism.
Munch mainly focused on depicting human emotions, fears and uncertainties. The shrill colors and expressive lines he used, as well as the choice of subjects, had a major influence on the development of expressionism. In his works Munch reconciled contradictions such as life and death, the vertical and the horizontal line and movement and stillness.
The Scream (Norwegian: Skrik) is the name of four paintings and a lithograph by Edvard Munch from 1893. The original version of the scream from 1893 hangs in the National Art Museum (Nasjonalgalleriet) in Oslo. It is considered the most poignant painting by Munch. It expresses the spiritual suffering and emotional torment that the painter has felt during certain periods in his life.
He painted in highly simplified forms (typical of later expressionism), omitting details and in colors that have the shrill sound of cries of fear.
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