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Portrait Torvald Stang

 

Seated Model on the Couch

 

Summer in the Garden

 

Sunrays

 

The Pathfinder

 

The Sun

 

Tree

 

Two Backfisches

 

Two Maids

 

Two Women

 

Waves Against the Shore

 

Winter Landscape

 

Winter Night

 

Woman with Poppies

 

Edvard Munch

 

The creative outpourings of artists depend on several factors. One such factor is their upbringing, which shapes their value systems and their outlook towards life in general. Yet another is the kind of challenges life throws at them. The opportunities they get matter. The people who surround and support them in their work also matter.

Above all, the fact that their ideas find a resonance amongst those who have an eye for the kind of creative output they are capable of churning out.

 

(Note: The poor quality of reproduction of these paintings is surely not a reflection on the original work of the artist. These merely expose the limited photography and photo-editing skills of yours truly.)

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Human Mountain in plaster

 

Kneeling Nude

 

Melancholy

 

Midsummer Night’s Eve

 

Model by the Wicker Chair

 

Mother and Daughter in Garden

 

Nude Female Back

 

Oslo Bohemians

 

Portrait Ingeborg Kaurin

 

Portrait Ingse Vibe

 

Portrait Self

 

(Note: The poor quality of reproduction of these paintings is surely not a reflection on the original work of the artist. These merely expose the limited photography and photo-editing skills of yours truly.)

Continued……

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Edvard Munch (1863-1944) is well known for many of his paintings, like The Scream, Madonna and The Sick Child.

A possibility to visit the Munch Museum in Oslo some time back gave yours truly an opportunity to look up several of his other works.

 

 

Adam and Eve

 

Apple Tree in Garden

 

Beneath the Red Apples

 

Cabbage Field

 

Elm Forest Autumn

 

Elm Forest Autumn

 

Elm Forest Spring

 

Forest in Snow

 

Four Women in the Garden

 

Girls Watering Flowers

 

Continued……

(Note: The poor quality of reproduction of these paintings is surely not a reflection on the original work of the artist. These merely expose the limited photography and photo-editing skills of yours truly.)

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