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By Frank Hoifodt

Format: Paperback

SKU# V9957

For most people, the name Edvard Munch (1863Ð1944) is synonymous with his iconic painting The Scream (1893). Yet beyond this justly famous masterpiece, the prolific Norwegian artist was also a major figure in the development of 20th-century painting. The themes of desolation and despair in his most popular work resonated with those coming to terms with modernity and acted as an influential precursor to the Expressionist movement in Europe. This concise and inviting book offers a perfect introduction to MunchÕs work, including his etchings, woodcuts, lithographs, and set designs. It also details his tragic childhood, his travels in Europe during the emergence of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism, and his circle of friends.
SKU V9957
Author/Speaker/Editor Frank Hoifodt
Format Paperback
ISBN 13 9781849760225
Number Of Pages 80

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