Edvard Munch: An Inner Life

Edvard Munch: An Inner Life


The portrayal of emotions in a unique style is one of the reasons Munch’s artwork is so popular around the globe. The Norwegian painter himself stated that he sought to clarify his relationship with the world through his art, and that he felt it could also clarify other people’s quest for the truth.

This book delves into Munch’s oeuvre, taking a close look at the stories behind some of his celebrated works, such as The Scream and Madonna. An accessible starting point for those interested in learning more about the modernist painter, it begins in the 1880s when Munch broke from past traditions with works like The Sick Child.

Product Code 1050557
Author Oystein Ustvedt
Pages 224
Publisher Thames & Hudson Ltd
Published October 2020
Format Paperback
Dimensions 15.49 cm x 23.11 cm x 2.03 cm
ISBN 9780500295762
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