Life Imitating Art . . .
Art has and always will be for enjoyment and inspiration!

Edvard Munch (1863-1944) is known for his polarizing images of fear, anxiety, and isolation that had a profound influence on early Expressionism. A bit of an outsider with his fixation on all things melancholy, Munch (pronounced “moonk”) is considered the greatest Norwegian painter. Between 1892-1908, he produced paintings, etchings, lithographs, and woodcuts that expressed emotionally charged images of modern anguish. Read more about this iconic work’s history, its multiple thefts, and a record-setting sale at:

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