Edvard Munch Most Famous Paintings - The Scream I was lucky enough to see this on special display at MOMA when the hubby and I took a trip to NYC. BTW, Please Check Out This Artist's work: -- http://universalthroughput.imobileappsys.com/site2/gallery.php
"The Scream" Oil, tempera and pastel on cardboard (1893) (Expresionismo). Actualmente: National Gallery, Oslo *Probablemente una de las versiones + reconocibles. *Was stolen in 1994 and recovered 3 months later. *Existen 4 versiones en diferentes medios (2 cuadros pintados con oleo y 2 cuadros a pastel) más 1 litografía. Dos versiones (una pintada y otra a pastel se encuentran en The Munch Museum, otra version pintada se encuentra en National Gallery, y otra es propiedad de un particular.
The Scream (1893) by Edvard Munch - Oil and pastel on cardboard - Featuring a ghoulish figure that looks like the host from Tales from the Crypt, the backdrop of this expressionist painting is said to be Oslo, Norway.
Edward Munch - The Scream. This will always be one of my favorite paintings. Munch was all about the human experience, and this painting was specifically about feeling helpless to love and death as overwhelming powers that we have no control over. The colors, the shapes...it's all for a purpose. I love it.
Students learned about the artist Edvard Munch and his famous artwork “The Scream”.Students learned that Edvard Munch is the person in the painting but he is not actually screaming. He is in shock because he thought that nature was screaming at him due to the the bright red sky against the dark land.Students also learned that “The Scream”was stolen twice, but they were able to get it back both times without much damage to the painting.
Plastiquem: 3rd grade art - spanish website gives explanation of original "Scream" painting and important things to look for (colours, lines, other features) - visual clues make understanding spanish less important although I wish I could... BTW, Please Check Out This Artist's work: -- http://universalthroughput.imobileappsys.com/site2/gallery.php