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The 4 Artworks of Edvard Munch and exhibited in National Gallery Oslo, Norway



Edvard Munch - MelancholyMelancholyEdvard Munch

Edvard Munch believed that humans are helpless in the face of love and death, his symbolist paintings often depicted emotions of despair and anxiety. Melancholy is part of a series that Munch worked on after his friend Jappe Nilssen encountered a heartbreak after getting tangled in a love triangle w...

National Gallery (Oslo, Norway)
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Edvard Munch - The ScreamThe ScreamEdvard Munch

he Scream was painted by Norwegian Expressionist artist Edvard Munch and is one of his most recognised artworks. It was initially named The Scream of Nature, as it was inspired by an evening walk Munch took with his friends, where he experienced a 'scream piercing through nature. This makes the pain...

National Gallery (Oslo, Norway)
Edvard Munch - The Dance of LifeThe Dance of LifeEdvard Munch
49 x 75 cm, (1899)

The painting uses mostly calm colors, aside from the giant pink I and the bright orange dress. The human shapes seem to be very curvy and there isn't much use of any jagged line. The piece seems really smooth. The Design- It seems like with the use of the cool colors the piece starts out very happy ...

National Gallery (Oslo, Norway)
Edvard Munch - The ScreamThe ScreamEdvard Munch

The Scream was painted by Norwegian Expressionist artist Edvard Munch and is one of his most recognised artworks. It was initially named The Scream of Nature, as it was inspired by an evening walk Munch took with his friends, where he experienced a 'scream piercing through nature. This makes the pai...

National Gallery (Oslo, Norway)