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The 1000++ Artworks of media Oil and containing the word james ensor, oil, expressionism, body

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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)
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Arshile Gorky - The Liver is the Cock-s CombThe Liver is the Cock's CombArshile Gorky

This painting contains many veiled references to Gorky's life and history, while it simultaneously creates visual puns and double meanings that function on many levels. The liver is often referred to in ancient texts as the center for passion, instead of the heart. The 'cock's comb' is both the head...

Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, United States)
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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)
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James Ensor - Entry of Christ Into BrusselsEntry of Christ Into BrusselsJames Ensor

With the image of Christ setting foot in a Mardi Gras parade, which is taking place in Brussels during the late 1800s, Ensor offers his powerful take on politics and religion. He’s responding to the pointillist style of the French as he uses spatulas, the back-end of the brush, as well as knives to ...

Getty Center (Los Angeles, United States)
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Jackson Pollock - There Were Seven in EightThere Were Seven in EightJackson Pollock

Many of Jackson Pollock’s drip paintings started out as figurative paintings such as There Were Seven in Eight, as revealed by his wife. This piece had started out with recognizable images- head, arms and body parts and creatures but Pollock aimed to ‘veil’ the image. You can still see the figures f...

The Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)