Friday, 20 February 2015

Edvard Munch – part 8


The Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863-1944) is regarded as a pioneer in the Expressionist movement in modern painting. At an early stage Munch was : in Germany and central Europe as one of the creators of a new epoch. Munch’s art from the 1890s is the most well known, but his later work is steadily attracting greater attention.

For full biographical notes on Munch see Edvard Munch part 1- introduction.

For earlier works see parts 2-7 also. This is part 8 of a 20–part series of posts on the works of Edvard Munch.


1894 - 1935 Two People (aka The Lonely Ones):


1894 Two People. The Lonely Ones drypoint 16.7 x 22.6 cm (image)

1896 Two People. The Lonely Ones oil on canvas 80 x 110 cm Private Collection

1896 Young Woman on the Beach burnished aquatint and drypoint on cream laid paper 28.7 x 21.8 cm (image)

1899 Two People. The Lonely Ones woodcut 39.5 x 56.2 cm (image)

1899 Two People. The Lonely Ones woodcut 39.5 x 56.2 cm (image)

1899 Two People. The Lonely Ones woodcut 39.5 x 56.2 cm (image)

1899 Two People. The Lonely Ones woodcut 39.5 x 56.2 cm (image)

1935 The Lonely Ones oil on canvas 100 x 130 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1894 - 1925 Woman/Women (aka The Sphinx):

1894 Woman in Three Stages oil on canvas 164 x 250 cm

1894 Woman, Sphinx oil on canvas 72 x 100c m Munch Museum, Oslo

1895 The Women drypoint and aquatint 29 x 33.8 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1895 Women drypoint, etching and open bite 28.2 x 33 cm (image)

1899 Woman (The Sphinx) lithograph on paper 46.1 x 59.3 cm (image) Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1899 Woman in Three Stages lithograph 46.2 x 59.2 cm

1916-18 The Woman oil on canvas 200 x 267 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1925 Woman oil on canvas 155 x 230 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1894 Death and the Young Girl oil on canvas 128.5 x 86 cm Munch Museum, Norway

1894 - 1898 Stanislaw Przybyszewski:


1894-95 Stanislaw Przybyszewski distemper and casein on canvas 75 x 60 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1895 Stanislaw Przybyszewski lithograph on greyish white wove paper

1895 Stanislaw Przybyszewski oil and tempera on cardboard 62.5 x 55.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898 Stanislaw Przybyszewsky lithograph 54.5 x 44.1 cm (image)

1895 Attraction II etching, drypoint and open bite with burnishing on cream laid paper 21.7 x 81.8 cm (image) Art Institute of Chicago, Il

1895 Beach in Åsgårtstrand oil on cardboard 57.5 x 83.5 cm Private Collection

1895 Berlin Model oil on canvas 76 x 57 cm Busch-Reisinger Museum, Cambridge, Boston, MA

1895 Cabaret oil on canvas 60 x 88 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1895 Dr. Max Asch drypoint on cream paper 26 x 19.2 cm Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1895 Encounter in Space woodcut 19 x 25 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1895 Evening on Karl Johan Street lithograph in black with hand colouring

1895 Kristiania Bohemians I etching and drypoint on cream wove paper 21.8 x 29.8 cm (plate) Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1895 Moonlight oil on canvas 93 x 110 cm National Museum of Art, Oslo

1895 Puberty oil on canvas 150 x 110 cm National Gallery, Oslo

1895 Self-Portrait lithograph 45.8 x 31.4 cm The Munch Museum, Oslo

1895 Self-Portrait with Burning Cigarette oil on canvas 110.5 x 85.5 cm National Gallery, Oslo

1895 The Hands lithograph in black on cream paper 48.5 x 29.2 cm (image) Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1895 The Smell of Death oil and tempera on canvas 100 x 110 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1895 The Smell of Death tempera on cardboard 55 x 79 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1895 Tingletangle lithograph lithograph in black ink with hand colouring in watercolour 41.5 x 63.9 vm Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1895 Jealousy oil on canvas 67 x 100.5 cm Private Collection

1896 Jealousy lithograph in greyish-brown ink on ivory paper 47.5 x 57.3 cm (image) Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1895-96 Oscar and Ingeborg Heiberg pastel on canvas 65 x 84.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1895-98 Seated Nude and Three Male Heads oil on canvas 90 x 100 cm Kunsthalle, Bremen, Germany

1896 Angst woodcut 45.7 x 37.6 cm (image)

1896 Ashes II lithograph 35.3 x 45.4 cm Museum od Modern Art, New York

1896 Attraction I lithograph with tusche, crayon and scraper 4.1 x 35.1 cm Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1896 August Strindberg lithograph 50.5 x 37.5 cm (image)

1896 August Strindberg lithograph

1896 Bathing Women oil on canvas 99 x 145 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1896 Boys Bathing burnished aquatint on buff laid paper 29.7 x 23.6 cm Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1896 Half-Nude in a Black Skirt crayon on hardboard 64 x 54 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1896 Moonlight I woodcut

1896 Moonlight I woodcut

1896 Moonlight I woodcut

1896 On the Waves of Love burnished aquatint and drypoint on wove cream paper 22.1 x 29 cm (plate) Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1896 Seated Nude against a Red Background oil on canvas 80 x 60 cm National Art Museum, Oslo

1896 Seated Nude with Her Back Turned oil on panel 64.5 x 48.5 cm Bergen Art Museum

1896 Separation II lithograph 41 x 62.5 cm

1896 Separation II lithograph in blue on cream wove paper

1896 Study of a Nude oil on canvas 56.5 x 47 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1896 Summer Landscape tempera on canvas 75 x 100 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1896 Summer Night (The Voice) oil on canvas 90 x 119.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1896 The Mermaid oil on canvas 100 x 315 cm Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA

1896 Woman with Long Hair etching on cream laid paper 23.2 x 9.7 cm Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1896 Young Woman Washing Herself oil on panel 74.5 x 59 cm National Art Museum, Oslo

1896-97 Women in a Swimming Pool oil on canvas 72 x 120.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1897 Mystical Shore woodcut from two blocks 37.2 x 57 cm (image)

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