Attend an exciting Beaux Arts Magazine lecture and learn the secrets behind his greatest works.
A true Norwegian child prodigy, recently celebrated by the opening of the world's largest museum dedicated to a single artist in Oslo, Edvard Munch is best known to the general public for his timeless masterpiece, The Scream. But behind this screen work, a vast and powerful inner world is revealed, expressing the existential anguish of an individual as well as of an entire era, more broadly gathered under the label of symbolism.
A man of passions, engaged in complex and tormented relationships with women, Munch demonstrates a virtuosity and productivity that make him a key figure in the great narrative of the 20th century avant-garde.
Did you know that The Scream is often endangered? The work has been the object of two theft attem
Thursday, December 08 at 18:30
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