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The Scream, c.1893 Fine Art Print
The Scream, c.1893
22" x 27"
 
Price: $30.99
Sale: $15.49
The Scream Fine Art Print
The Scream
8" x 10"
 
Price: $20.99
Sale: $10.49
The Scream, c.1893 Wall Poster
The Scream, c.1893
24" x 36"
 
Price: $29.99
Sale: $14.99
The Scream Fine Art Print
The Scream
24" x 30"
 
Price: $63.99
Sale: $31.99
Four Girls on the Bridge Fine Art Print
Four Girls on the Bridge
16" x 20"
 
Price: $26.99
Sale: $13.49
Melancholy, 1894-1895 Fine Art Print
Melancholy, 1894-1895
18" x 14"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $44.99
Sale: $22.49
The Scream, c.1893 Fine Art Print
The Scream, c.1893
16" x 20"
 
Price: $29.99
Sale: $14.99
The Scream, c.1893 Fine Art Print
The Scream, c.1893
24" x 32"
 
Price: $54.99
Sale: $27.49
The Scream Fine Art Print
The Scream
16" x 20"
 
Price: $20.99
Sale: $10.49
Three Girls on a Bridge Fine Art Print
Three Girls on a Bridge
28" x 22"
 
Price: $26.99
Sale: $13.49
The Scream Fine Art Print
The Scream
11" x 14"
 
Price: $20.99
Sale: $10.49
The Roulette Table at Monte Carlo, 1903 Fine Art Print
The Roulette Table at Monte Carlo, 1903
18" x 12"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $41.99
Sale: $20.99
Madonna, 1894-1895 Fine Art Print
Madonna, 1894-1895
12" x 16"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $39.99
Sale: $19.99
Friedrich Nietzsche, 1906 Fine Art Print
Friedrich Nietzsche, 1906
12" x 16"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $39.99
Sale: $19.99
Girls on the Bridge, 1901 Fine Art Print
Girls on the Bridge, 1901
16" x 18"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $48.99
Sale: $24.49
August Strindberg, 1892 Fine Art Print
August Strindberg, 1892
12" x 17"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $40.99
Sale: $20.49
Jealousy, 1895 Fine Art Print
Jealousy, 1895
18" x 12"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $41.99
Sale: $20.99
Child, 1896 Fine Art Print
Child, 1896
18" x 13"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $42.99
Sale: $21.49
Rue Lafayette, Paris, 1891 Fine Art Print
Rue Lafayette, Paris, 1891
12" x 16"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $38.99
Sale: $19.49
Young woman on the Seashore, 1896 Fine Art Print
Young woman on the Seashore, 1896
12" x 15"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $38.99
Sale: $19.49
The Dance of Life, 1899-1900 Fine Art Print
The Dance of Life, 1899-1900
18" x 12"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $41.99
Sale: $20.99
The Scream, 1893 Fine Art Print
The Scream, 1893
12" x 16"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $39.99
Sale: $19.99
The Sick Child, 1907 Fine Art Print
The Sick Child, 1907
18" x 17"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $50.99
Sale: $25.49
Evening on Karl Johan, 1892 Fine Art Print
Evening on Karl Johan, 1892
18" x 12"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $41.99
Sale: $20.99
The Voice, 1893 Fine Art Print
The Voice, 1893
18" x 13"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $43.99
Sale: $21.99
Jealousy,1895 Fine Art Print
Jealousy,1895
18" x 12"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $41.99
Sale: $20.99
The Dead Mother and Child, 1897-1899 Fine Art Print
The Dead Mother and Child, 1897-1899
20" x 12"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $43.99
Sale: $21.99
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Norwegian artist Edvard Munch's hauntingly introspective works heralded one of the most important artistic movements of the 20th century, Expressionism. Munch was born in what is now Oslo and, after his mother died of tuberculosis in 1868, was raised by his father. His father's mental illness profoundly affected Munch and the deeply personal statements of his paintings echoed his troubled life: "Sickness, insanity and death were the angels that surrounded my cradle and they have followed me throughout my life." Munch began his studies in 1881 at the Royal School of Design of Kristiania (later Oslo). In 1885 the artist traveled to Paris where he first encountered the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works of Manet and Cezanne. While stylistically influenced by the Post-Impressionists, Munch's subject matter is Symbolist in content, depicting a state of mind rather than an external reality. During his career Munch traveled between Norway, Paris and Berlin and was a prominent member of avant-garde circles in each locale. At the turn of the century, while in Berlin, Munch began experimenting with a variety of new mediums, including photography, color lithography and woodcuts, in many instances re-working his older imagery. During the Nazi era, his works were labeled "degenerate art" and were removed from German museums. A tremendously prolific artist and one of the most influential of the period, Munch's probing controversial psychological imagery continues to captivate modern audiences.
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