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Edvard Munch Symbolist Artworks Set 5 [27 Images]

Edvard Munch Symbolist Artworks Set 5 [27 Images]

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Edvard Munch (1863-1944) was a Norwegian painter and printmaker, known for his psychologically intense works that explored themes of love, anxiety, and mortality. He was born in Løten, Norway, and studied at the Royal School of Art and Design in Oslo.

Munch's most famous work is "The Scream" (1893), a painting that depicts a figure screaming in agony against a swirling red and orange sky. The painting is widely regarded as an iconic expression of modern anxiety and has become one of the most recognizable images in art history.

Munch was a key figure in the Symbolist movement, which sought to convey emotions and ideas through symbolic imagery. His paintings often depicted figures in states of extreme emotional distress, and he was known for his use of bold, expressive brushstrokes and vivid, intense colors.

Throughout his career, Munch continued to explore themes of love, death, and human relationships. He was also deeply interested in the natural world, and many of his paintings feature natural landscapes and motifs.

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