About Edvard Munch’s The Scream
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Edvard Munch painted this work of art in 1893 in Norway.
The painting depicts a person appearing to scream in pure shock. In the background, the sky is turning red.
The inspiration for this work comes from Munch believing he heard nature scream while he was on a walk.
He painted this around when the eruption of Krakatoa turned the sky red in the western hemisphere.
It is often disputed whether he was trying to portray a volcanic eruption or an emotional one.
Many say the painting is a reflection of the anxiety humans experience.
Thieves have stolen this painting many times but is now safe in the Munch Museum in Oslo.
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About The Scream Edvard Munch Print
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About The Artist
Edvard Munch was a Norwegian painter who lived from 1863-1944. He lived a sad childhood filled with illness and fear of contracting a genetic disorder that ran in his family. As a young adult, he lived a bohemian lifestyle. His mentor urged him to express his mental and emotional state through art. He achieved wealth and fame during life, although his mental health never improved.
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