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“The Murderer" from 1910 is a very unusual painting in Edvard Munch’s oeuvre. And doesn’t the image strangely remind of monsters and murderers seen in later film history, such as Frankenstein and mask-clad killers in movies like "Halloween" and "Scream"?

aizobnomragym:  Edvard MunchThe Murderer

aizobnomragym: Edvard MunchThe Murderer

Oil on canvas;    110 x 138 cm.  Edvard Munch (1863-1944) was a turn-of-the-century Norwegian artist, best known for his extremely personal brand of Symbolism, which helped lay the foundations for and proved a lasting influence on the later Expressionist school of art.  Edvard Munch was born on December 12, 1863, in the small town of Loten, Norway, as the second of five children. His father was Christian Munch, a military doctor, and his mother Laura Cathrine Munch, née Bjolstad. Edvard had…

Oil on canvas; 110 x 138 cm. Edvard Munch (1863-1944) was a turn-of-the-century Norwegian artist, best known for his extremely personal brand of Symbolism, which helped lay the foundations for and proved a lasting influence on the later Expressionist school of art. Edvard Munch was born on December 12, 1863, in the small town of Loten, Norway, as the second of five children. His father was Christian Munch, a military doctor, and his mother Laura Cathrine Munch, née Bjolstad. Edvard had…

Edvard Munch    was Norwegian painter       The Murderess ,1906  _Munch Museum.Oslo,Norway

Edvard Munch was Norwegian painter The Murderess ,1906 _Munch Museum.Oslo,Norway

From paintings of vampires, deathbeds and murder sites to self-doubting self-portraits, Edvard Munch dedicated his life to depicting grisly scenes. Here is a selection of works from the man behind The Scream

Master of misery: Edvard Munch at Tate Modern – in pictures

From paintings of vampires, deathbeds and murder sites to self-doubting self-portraits, Edvard Munch dedicated his life to depicting grisly scenes. Here is a selection of works from the man behind The Scream

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