The Sun by Edvard Munch

Wall paintings made by Munk for the University of Oslo, marked a change in the artist’s attitude. Somewhat artificial optimism comes to replace longing and disappointment. Although Munch had never

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Yawning Girl by Edvard Munch

“Yawning Girl” – a picture of Edvard Munch, written in 1913. In her typical expressionist style, Munch depicts an almost nude woman sitting on the edge of her bed and

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Sick Child by Edvard Munch

In Norwegian painting of the eighties of the 19th century, the “childish” theme is very popular, most often artists choose the motifs of a suffering, destitute or sick child. However,

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Self Portrait by Edvard Munch

On the self-portrait of Edvard Munch, we see the figure of a man with a lit cigarette, shrouded in gray tobacco smoke, which is designed to increase the expressiveness of

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Parting by Edvard Munch

Parting is a little death. A common expression characterizes the plot of this picture. The man worries hard, the woman triumphs. Most likely, the author offers the public the situation

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Girls on the bridge by Edvard Munch

To his favorite motives Munch returns all his life. The painting “Girls on the Bridge” is one of the eighteen pictorial versions of this theme, created between 1899 and 1935.

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Calvary by Edvard Munch

This picture is an example of two more influences implemented by Munk in an absolutely original manner. We mean, on the one hand, Maurice Denis with his decorative effect, and

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Starry Night by Edvard Munch

Stars always attracted Munch, served as a mysterious object of his creative worship. He wrote several paintings united by a common theme. One of them is “Starry night”. More precisely,

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Spring by Edvard Munch

The year 1889 became difficult for the artist, he was seriously ill, but after his illness, during his recovery, he wrote a very autobiographical tightly “Spring”. It combines memories of

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Marie Valley by Edvard Munch

The beginning of the artistic path of Munch was unremarkable. His early works are small in size, inexpressive in the plot and, in general, leave the viewer indifferent. These include

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Vampire by Edvard Munch

Painted in 1893, the painting “Vampire” is included in the “Frieze of Life” cycle, on which the master worked in the years 1890-1900. On the basis of it, Munch will

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