Friday, 20 March 2015

Edvard Munch – part 20

1931 Edvard Munch, Self-Portrait with Hat at Ekely © Munch Museum, Oslo
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 2-19 also. This is part 20 of a 20–part series of posts on the works of Edvard Munch.


1929 Alma Mater oil on canvas 91 x 198 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1940 Alma Mater oil on canvas 98 x 226 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1929 Building Worker in the Studio oil on canvas 168 x 79 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1929 The Building of the Winter Studio, Ekely oil on canvas 149 x 115 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1929 Winter Studio under Construction oil on canvas 152 x 230 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1929-30 People Wandering in the Garden oil on panel 49 x 61 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1929-30 Woman with Samoyed oil on canvas 129 x 100 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1930 Model in the Garden oil on canvas 100 x 80 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1930 Self-Portrait During Eye Disease oil on canvas 80 x 64 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1930 Self-Portrait During Eye Disease oil on canvas 80 x 64 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1930 The Gothic Girl (Birgitte III) woodcut 51.5 x 32.4 cm (image)

1930 Walking in the Garden oil on canvas Private Collection

1930 Woman with Small Boy oil on canvas 120 x 100 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1930-33 Self-Portrait on the Glass Veranda oil and crayon on panel 46 x 55 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1930-33 Self-Portrait on the Glass Veranda oil on wood panel 45 x 55 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932 Eberhard Grisebach oil on canvas 117 x 100 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932 Eberhard Grisebach oil on canvas 197 x 85 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932 Eberhard Grisebach oil on canvas 197 x 101 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932 Hanna Brieschke in Åsgårdstrand oil on canvas 205 x 105 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932 Henriette Olsen oil on cardboard 204 x 94 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932 Maggie Torkildsen oil on canvas 119 x 60 cm Munch Museum, Olso


1932 The Fight oil on canvas 90 x 120 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932 The Girl from Nordland oil on canvas 149 x 128.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932-33 Rowboats at Åsgårdstrand oil on canvas 100 x 75 cm Private Collection

1932-35 The Divided Faust oil on canvas 100 x 117 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932-35 Uninvited Guests oil on canvas 75 x 101 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932-40 Man with Horse oil on canvas 92 x 78 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1932-42 Apple Tree in the Garden oil on canvas 100.5 x 77.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1934 Annie Stenersen oil on canvas 80.3 x 65.3 cm Private Collection

1934-35 Karl Wefring oil on canvas 50 x 62 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1934-35 Karl Wefring oil on canvas 89.5 c 82 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1934-35 The Red House oil on canvas 80 x 105 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1935 Ebba Ridderstad oil on canvas 84 x 47 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1935 Johan Martin and Sten Stenersen oil on canvas 78 x 66 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1935-36 Andreas Reading oil on canvas 73 x 59 cm Private Collection

1937 Encounter beneath the Chestnut Tree oil on canvas 73 x 60 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1937 Under the Chestnut Tree oil on canvas 116.5 x 119 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1938 Nicolai Rygg oil on canvas 95 x 82 cm Private Collection

1938c Self-Portrait with Bottles oil on canvas 118 x 93 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1939 Henrik Bull oil on canvas 140 x 120 cm Munch Museum, Oslo


1940-42 Naked Men in Birch Forest oil on cardboard 48.5 x 60.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1940-42 Self-Portrait with Cod's Head oil on canvas 55 x 45.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1940-42 Self-Portrait, Between Clock and Bed oil on canvas 149.5 x 120.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1940-43 Beach oil on canvas 80 x 170 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1940-43 Self-Portrait with Striped Pullover oil on canvas 57.5 x 78.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1940c Anemones pastel on panel 37.5 x 46 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1940c Self-Portrait By the Window oil on canvas 84 x 108 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1942 Dog's Head oil on wood panel 46 x 38 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1942 Flirting in the Park oil on canvas 82 x 81 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1942 Flirting in the Park oil on canvas 130 x 150 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1942 Haymaking oil on canvas 69 x 69 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1942 Haymaking oil on canvas 73.5 x 92 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1942 Midsummer Night's Eve oil on canvas 115 x 205 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1942 Self-Portrait in the Garden, Ekely oil on canvas 60 x 80 cm Munch Museum, Olso

1942 Visiting at Ekely oil on canvas 89 x 73 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1942 Woman with Pumpkin oil on canvas 129 x 100 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1942 Woman with Pumpkin oil on cardboard 65 x 51 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1943 Self-Portrait with Pastel Stick crayon on canvas 80 x 60 cm Munch Museum, Olso

1 comment:

  1. Hello, I'm Anna.
    I love art and Edvard Munch, I wrote an essay on his life years back. You can notice a lot of the pain in his life, coming through in his work and giving his paintings an eerie effect.
    I post my art on my blog, if you wanted to look at it and/or share it with others who might be interested.
    p.s.
    I thought the movie posters from the 1950s were interesting as well.

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