Does a swarm of selfies being taken next to the "Mona Lisa" make you want to reenact Edvard Munch’s “The Scream?” If so, you’re not alone. In fact, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has come up with a masterpiece of a campaign called #Startdrawing that encourages guests to sketch rather than snap pictures of its works of art. Show More Summary
An animation of 'The Scream,' the work of art Norwegian Edvard Munch painted in 1893. (via Reality Carnival) The Presurfer
Edvard Munch created his most famous image after taking a sunset walk outside Christiania (now Oslo), during which he sensed what his journal records as “a great, unending scream piercing through nature.” Indeed, the natural world is full of screams. Show More Summary
Year that both Paul Gauguin and Edvard Munch viewed a Peruvian mummy in Paris, now at the Musée de l'Homme, which may have inspired the howling expression of Munch's "The Scream" = 1889
Expressionist artist Edvard Munch created four principle versions of Der Schrei der Natur, one of the world's most recognisable works of art. Known in popular culture as The Scream, the artwork has become an agonised symbol of modern anxiety and alienation. Show More Summary
The FIA presents the Edvard Munch exhibition in the Graphics Gallery through September 6, 2015. Most famously known for his painting, The Scream, Edvard Munch?s graphic work is an integral part of his oeuvre. Comprising over 25 works...Show More Summary
This is a video imagining Edvard Munch's iconic painting "The Scream" as a short animation, complete with Pink Floyd's 'The Great Gig In The Sky' serving as the soundtrack. It was just the right amount of weird and beautiful. Like kissing a frog. Show More Summary
The classic painting “The Scream” by Edvard Munch is brought to life in a fantastic animation directed by Sebastian Cosor of Safe Frame, perfectly set to the song “The Great Gig In The Sky” by Pink Floyd. I was walking along a path with two friends – the sun was setting – suddenly the sky […]
Edvard Munch's 1893 painting The Scream. (Image: Munch/Public Domain) Edvard Munch knew it, Wes Craven knew it, and no one knows it better than newborn babies—if you want to cut through the noise of the world, open your mouth and scream. Show More Summary
No matter what you may think of the Scream series of films, the Ghost Face mask became an iconic image, a frozen screech contorted into a form not unlike the classic painting “The Scream” by Norwegian artist Edvard Munch. The image looked back at us from four movies, and hundreds of Halloween racks for the […]
Edvard Munch’s painting has become trivialized and the 1962 crisis largely forgotten, but the possible Armageddon they both evoke remains a very real threat.
OBAMA’S NATIONAL SECURITY DREAM TEAM: ... is more like a nightmare. Scott Johnson over at Powerline catalogs the top Obama security advisors, and reading it, one can’t help but feel like Edvard Munch’s The Scream. It reminds me of a scrawny JV team (with DOD Secretary Ashton Carter as the only promising prospect), […]
You’ve seen it on everything from socks to The Simpsons to cocktail napkins, but how much do you really know about Edvard Munch's The Scream?
I’ve seen The Scream, that Edvard Munch painting of the ghoul with his hands framing his face and his mouth gaping, maybe a thousand times. But I had never read the accompanying diary entry from Munch until I got my hands on Marbles, by Ellen Forney. Show More Summary
In a previous post, I showed Jackson Pollock's creation of abstract expressionism during a healthy period. Here, we see Edvard Munch's use of healthy creative processes to produce the famous lithograph "The Scream." Although both artists suffered from Bipolar Disorders, their creative work and thinking consisted of healthy mental processes.
Vincent van Gogh's "Sunflowers" are losing their yellow cheer and the unsettling apricot horizon in Edvard Munch's "The Scream" is turning a dull ivory. Some of our most treasured paintings are fading, warn experts who would like more...Show More Summary
Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” are losing their yellow cheer and the unsettling apricot horizon in Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” is turning a dull ivory. Some of our most treasured paintings are fading, warn experts who would like more money for the use of...
At one shocking moment, the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch suddenly felt the icy existential horror of the human experience. Then he wrote: I was walking along the road with two friends The Sun was setting – the Sky turned blood-red....Show More Summary
Head of a Dog by Edvard Munch, 1930 Who knew Edvard Munch was a dog artist? Thirty-seven years after The Scream. Via Wikiart.
(Photo: Kjell Marius Mathisen) The Scream, the most famous painting of Norwegian Expressionist Edvard Munch, cried out against the eternal horror of everyday existence though a tree stump in Norway. Kjell Marius Mathisen, a man who works in the cultural heritage field for the Oppland county government, spotted it and took this photo. Show More Summary