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Edvard Munch created four copies of "The Scream"

3 years agoHumor : TYWKIWDBI

You learn something every day. I knew about "The Scream" and even how the red sky may have been the result of a volcanic eruption the year he painted it, but until reading about a sale of one version of "The Scream" in the Wall Street Journal this morning, I didn't know there were so many varieties:One of four versions of "The Scream" that Munch created, this is the only one not in an Oslo museum and the first to ever come up at auction.
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