Norway’s government is thinking of intervening to “protect the legacy of Munch” It’ll be a scream. The historic Oslo estate of expressionist painter Edvard Munch is getting a Snøhetta-designed neighbor—if the government doesn’t stop its construction first. Show More Summary
For the last years of his life, world-renowned artist Edvard Munch lived in a remote cabin in a forest outside of Oslo, where the solitude helped him produce hundreds of paintings and drawings. Since his death in 1944, the area was converted...Show More Summary
There is a lot going on around this planned house, and the artists' colony on the Munch estate, in Norway. "In the coming weeks, the country’s top heritage conservation authority will decide whether to grant a permit for the project. Artists and journalists have raised concerns in the Norwegian news media that it would alter […]
nobrashfestivity: Edvard Munch, Moonlight, 1895, Oil on canvas more
Proposals to include a cavernous, tiger-shaped underground studio and a 40-foot tower were rejected by preservation authorities.
The Van Gogh Museum has further enriched its collection with a painting by Edvard Munch. The German physicist Felix Auerbach commissioned his portrait from the Norwegian painter in 1906. The work went on public display for the first time this morning, which marks the 74th anniversary of Munch?s death. Show More Summary
heartistsmanifesto: Train Smoke by Edvard Munch (ca. 1900).
inland-delta: Edvard Munch, The Girls on the Bridge, 1901
windypoplarsroom: Edvard Munch “Summer Night at the Beach” (1902-1903)
Munch's photographs exhibit an unfinished playfulness with technical manipulation and subject matter that is not as readily seen in his more well-known work. The post Edvard Munch’s Little-Known, Highly Personal Photography appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Munch absorbed avant-garde styles but never became an avant-garde artist. The post Edvard Munch’s World Without Pity appeared first on Hyperallergic.
The Scream by Edvard Munch In this final edition of our Art History series, we bring you the origin of modern art. Discover the artists behind today's great design. Expressionism and Modern Pop Art There is closure in expression. Laughter in expression. Show More Summary
There is no "Scream" loud enough to express the horror of present-day political delusions in America.
Although Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863?1944) attained notoriety early in his career for his haunting depictions of human anxiety and alienation that reflected modern experience, he believed that his artistic breakthrough occurred...Show More Summary
Slide Show: Art works by Michelangelo and Edvard Munch.
The Munch Museum announced Kerstin Brãtsch as the recipient of the 2017 Edvard Munch Art Award, an international biennial award bestowed on a contemporary artist. It consists of a monetary prize ($65,000 USD), a solo exhibition at the Munch Museum, and a residency in conjunction with Edvard Munch?s studio in Oslo. Show More Summary
"Meet Charley Hill, the legendary bloodhound who has retrieved stolen masterpieces the world over. Most notably, Edvard Munch's The Scream, taken from the National Gallery of Norway in 1994 and rescued by Charley from the basement of a summer house in Oslo Fjord.... Here, Charley takes us on the trail of his latest lead."
Like many traveler-oriented spaces, the international terminal at Oslo Airport features a number of conveniences aimed at making travelers comfortable: restaurants, wifi, a limited supply of lounge chairs. Soon, though, it will alsoShow More Summary
Sotheby?s seasonal auction of Important Prints & Multiples will be led by Property from the Collection of Catherine Woodard and Nelson Blitz Jr. this October. Distinctive for its superlative works by master printmakers Edvard Munch,Show More Summary
rem-das-cores65: Edvard Munch Train smoke, 1900