Friday, February 22, 2013

Edvard Munch, a Norwegian expressionist

Train smoke, 1900


Ball, 1885


Karen Bjølstad, 1885-1886


Two Men by the Window, circa 1887


 Beach, 1888


Morton Dammen’s House, near Asgardstrand, 1889


The Seine at Saint-Cloud, 1890


The Seine at Saint-Cloud, 1890
Stenersenmuseet, Oslo


View from Hauketo, 1890


Night In St. Cloud, c. 1890


Landscape 1890


Kiss by the window, 1892


On the Veranda, 1892


Starry Night, 1893


Sunrise in Åsgårdstrand, 1893-1894


Beach, 1898


Golgotha (1900)


The three girls on the bridge, 1900



Starry Night, 1900-1901



The Island  - 1900-1901


Woman in Red Dress (also known as Street in Aasgaardstrand), 1901-1903


Mädchenakt auf rotem tuch (1902)


The House by the Fjord  - 1902-1905


Girl with Red Checkered Dress and Red Hat, 1902-1903


The Garden in Åsgårdstrand, 1904-1905


House in Aasgaardstrand, 1905


Sailboats in the Harbor, 1905


Self-Portrait with a Bottle of Wine, 1906


Hafen von Lübeck, 1907


The House in the Skerries, 1910-1915


Waves against the Shore, 1911-1912


The Sun, 1916


Apple Tree (1921)


Birgit Prestøe, Portrait Study (1924-1925)


Naked Man and Woman, Walking (1924-1930)


Two Graces, 1927


 Apple Tree in the Garden, 1932-1934

Edvard Munch (1863 – 1944) was a Norwegian painter and printmaker whose intensely evocative treatment of psychological themes built upon some of the main tenets of late 19th-century Symbolism and greatly influenced German Expressionism in the early 20th century. One of his most well-known works is The Scream of 1893.