Edvard Munch was out walking in Oslo (then called Kristiania) when he conceived the idea of The Scream. This painting (there are two versions of it) has come to represent the anxiety and insecurities of the human condition.
Learn about the troubled man behind the art and hear fascinating stories about the life and impact of an iconic painting.
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It is not possible in a 60-minute talk to cover all aspects of Edvard Munch’s life and work. If you’re keen to learn more, there are some fabulous books available about his life and work. Find the links here.
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