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The Sick Child By Munch
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The Sick Child By Munch

Edvard Munch
1863 - 1944
Expressionism - Symbolism
Norwegeian

Edvard Munch studied for a short time in Paris with notable art students of the day. He was much influenced by the works of Gauguin and Van Gogh. Later in life, he suffered under the influence of depressive fear and anxiety. This state reflected the tone of art that he produced the rest of his life. During World War II, the Nazi's removed his paintings from German museums, designating them as Stone Age Art. He died before the end of the war in 1944.
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Fong Lam08-Aug-2013 16:21
Fantastic work, Larry....I love Munch's famous painting "The Scream"....V
John G Reed26-Jan-2013 00:28
Lovely. Best. J
Jim Coffman25-Jan-2013 21:16
Another fine job,Larry!
Alain Boussac25-Jan-2013 19:59
Remarkable interpretation with superb brush strokes and tones of colors. V.
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