About Edvard Munch’s The Vampire ( Love And Pain)
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Edvard Munch painted this work between 1893-1895.
The painting depicts a red-haired woman kissing a man on the neck while they hug. However, many believe that the woman is a vampire feasting on the man.
Many art critics claimed it portrays the man as submissive.
Someone stole the painting in 1988 but the Museum later recovered it.
There are 6 original versions of the work. 3 of the versions hang at the Munch Museum in Oslo, one is part of a private collection, another at the Gothenburg Museum in Sweden, and the last is not currently accounted for.
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About The Edvard Munch Vampire 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.
True to original painting and like it a lot.
Arrived early and no problems