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The Artist - Edvard Munch

The Artist - Edvard Munch

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The Artist - Edvard Munch.

Edvard Munch was a Norwegian Symbolist painter, printmaker and an important forerunner of expressionistic art. His best-known composition, The Scream, is part of a series The Frieze of Life, in which Munch explored the themes of life, love, fear, death, and melancholy.

"People's souls are like planets. Like a star that rises from the darkness - and meets another star - only to disappear again into darkness - it is the same when a man and woman meet - drift apart - light up in love - burn up - and disappear each in their own direction..." Edvard Munch.

This App shows a part of Edvard Munch, but his painting gives you the inspiration.

FUNCTIONS

1. Painting - 50 Pieces.

* Anxiety(1894)
* Ashes(1894)
* Count Henry Kessler(1904)
* Death in the Sickroom(1895)
* Death of Marat II(1907)
* Evening on Karl Johan(1892)
* Eye in Eye(1894)
* Four Ages in Life(1902)
* Golgotha(1900)
* Jealousy(1895)
* Jealousy II(1907)
* Madonna(1894-5)
* Meeting(1921)
* Melancholy(1894-5)
* Model by the Wicker Chair(1919-21)
* Model in Front of the Verandah(1942)
* Moonlight(1893)
* Moonlight(1895)
* Night in St. Cloud(1890)
* Old Trees(1923-5)
* Puberty(1895)
* Red Creeper(1900)
* Red House and Spruces(1927)
* Red Virginia Creeper(1898)
* Self Portrait: Between Clock and Bed(1940)
* Self-Portrait after Spanish Influenza(1919)
* Self-portrait after the Spanish Flu(1919)
* Self-Portrait During Eye Disease II(1930)
* Self-Portrait in the Garden(1942)
* Self-Portrait with Burning Cigarette(1895)
* Separation(1894)
* Sister Inger(1892)
* Spring Plowing(1916)
* Starry Night(1923)
* Stormy Night(1893)
* The Dance of Life(1899)
* The Dead Mother(1900)
* The Death Bed(1895)
* The Hands(1893)
* The Ladies on the Bridge(1903)
* The Murderer(1910)
* The Scream(1893)
* The Scream(Lithograph)(1895)
* The Storm(1893)
* The Voice(1893)
* The Wave(1921)
* Vampire(1893)
* Workers on Their Way Home(1915)
* Workers Returning Home(1915)
* Workers Returning Home(Water color)(1916)

2. Motif

His painting's motif.

3. Life

His biography

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