MUNCH, Edvard
Norwegian painter (b. 1863, LÝten, d. 1944, Oslo)
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Self-Portrait with Moustache and Starched Collar
1905
Watercolour, gouache, pastel and crayon over pencil on cardboard, 434 x 415 mm
Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo


Starry Night
1893
Oil on canvas, 136 x 140 cm
J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles


Evening, Melancholy
1896
Coloured woodcut print, 411 x 557 mm
Munchmuseet, Oslo


Evening on Karl Johan Street
1892
Oil on canvas
Rasmus Meyer Collection, Bergen


Summer Evening in Åsgårdstrand
1891
Oil on canvas, 39 x 66 cm
Private collection


Kiss by the Window
1892
Oil on canvas, 73 x 92 cm
Nasjonalmuseets, Oslo


Summer Night's Dream (The Voice)
1893
Oil on canvas,88 x 108 cm
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


The Girl by the Window
1893
Oil on canvas, 97 x 65 cm
Art Institute, Chicago


Madonna
1894-95
Oil on canvas, 91 x 71 cm
Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo


Madonna
1895-96
Handcoloured lithograph, 603 x 440 mm
Art Institute, Chicago


Portrait of Hans Jæger
1889
Oil on canvas, 109 x 84 cm
Nasjonalmuseets, Oslo


The Scream
1893
Tempera and casein on cardboard, 91 x 74 cm
Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo


The Scream
1893
Pastel on cardboard, 740 x 560 mm
Munchmuseet, Oslo


The Scream
1910
Tempera and oil on unprimed cardboard
Munchmuseet, Oslo


The Scream
1895
Lithography, 355 x 254 mm
Nasjonalmuseets, Oslo


Anxiety
1894
Oil on canvas, 94 x 74 cm
Munchmuseet, Oslo


Ashes
1895
Oil on canvas, 121 x 141 cm
Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo


The Sick Child
1885-86
Oil on canvas, 120 x 119 cm
Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo


Death in the Sickroom
1893-94
Tempera and crayon on canvas, 153 x 170 cm
Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo


Spring
1889
Oil on canvas, 170 x 264 cm
Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo


Woman in Three Stages (Sphinx)
1895
Oil on canvas, 155 x 230 cm
Rasmus Meyer Collection, Bergen


The Dance of Life
1899-1900
Oil on canvas, 125 x 191 cm
Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo


Jealousy (from The Green Room)
c. 1907
Oil on canvas, 58 x 85 cm
Munchmuseet, Oslo


Starry Night
1920s
Oil on canvas, 140 x 119 cm
Munchmuseet, Oslo





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