First article outlining Munch’s life and work. His early works shocked critics in Norway, and in Berlin brought an exhibition to a premature end.
After a visit to Berlin, his colours became more strident, and his brushstrokes looser. He also made many woodcuts, which influenced and informed his paintings.
With early success, he painted the rich colours of summer in western Norway, and some magical scenes of foxgloves and Midsummer Eve.
Natural Norway in the early 20th century, with its courting couple in a cowshed, watermills, dramatic fjords, and rugged hills.
A look back at some of the series and some surprises which you might have missed over the last year.
Celebrate the Christmas holiday with a review of many wonderful paintings of snow scenes.
One of the founding fathers of Norwegian and Nordic landscape painting, his was a detailed realism which tried to be true to nature.