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Happy 160th birthday to Edvard Munch!

Happy 160th birthday to Edvard Munch!

May 12, 2023

On 8 May, 1863, one of the most iconic and influential artists of the 20th century was born in Løten, Norway. Edvard Munch, known for his emotionally charged and evocative works, left an indelible mark on the art world and continues to inspire and captivate audiences to this day.


Munch's early life was marked by tragedy and hardship. He lost his mother and sister to tuberculosis when he was young, and struggled with both physical and mental health issues throughout his life. Despite these challenges, he was drawn to the arts from an early age, and began to develop his distinctive style while studying in Oslo and Paris.


Throughout his career, Munch was known for his bold and expressive use of colour and form, as well as his willingness to tackle controversial and taboo subjects. His most famous work, The Scream, is an iconic representation of anxiety and despair, and has become one of the most recognizable images in art history.


Munch's work has been celebrated for its deeply personal and emotional qualities, as well as its ability to capture the mood and spirit of the times. His depictions of love, jealousy, and loneliness resonate with audiences to this day, and continue to inspire new generations of artists and art lovers.


In recognition of his immense contributions to the world of art, Munch has been the subject of countless exhibitions, retrospectives, and studies over the years. His work has also been the inspiration for countless books, films, and songs, and continues to be studied and analysed by scholars and enthusiasts around the world.


Munch’s bold and evocative works continue to inspire and captivate audiences to this day, and his contributions to the world of art will never be forgotten—especially not by us. Check out our Munch-inspried print here. 


Photograph by Anders Beer Wilse, 1933




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