Monday, 23 February 2015

Edvard Munch – part 9


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 2-8 also. This is part 9 of a 20–part series of posts on the works of Edvard Munch.


1897 Paul Herrmann and Paul Contard oil on canvas 54 x 73 cm Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna

1897 Stéphane Mallarmé lithograph with crayon and scraping in green on cream Japanese paper 37.3 x 29.2 cm (image) Art Institute of Chicago. IL


1897 The Flower of Pain india ink, wash, watercolour and crayon 50 x 43 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898 The Flower of Pain graphite and black crayon on tan wove tracing paper 45.1 x 33 cm Art Institute of Chicago, IL


1897 Towards the Forest I woodcut 49 x 64.5 cm

1897 Towards the Forest I woodcut

1915 Towards the Forest II woodcut 54 x 64.7 cm

1915 Towards the Forest II woodcut 54 x 64.7 cm


1897 Woman in Hospital oil and crayon on canvas 109.5 x 99.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1897 Young Woman from the Latin Quarter lithograph with tusche on grey wove paper 25.5 x 23.5 cm (image) Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1897-98 Autumn Rain oil on canvas 66.5 x 66 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1897-98 Bathing Boys oil on canvas 75 x 120 cm Private Collection

1897-98 Bathing Boys oil on canvas 83.5 x 100 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1897-98 Bathing Girls oil on canvas 68.5 x 91 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1897-98 Inheritance 141 x 120 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1897-99 Bathing Boys oil on canvas 71 x 58 cm Private Collection

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1897-99 Brothel Scene oil on canvas 60 x 88 cm Munch Museum, Oslo


1897-99 Death and the Child oil on canvas 104.5 x 179.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1899 Death and the Child oil on canvas 100 x 90 cm Kunsthalle, Bremen, Germany

1901 Death and the Child etching with open bite and drypoint on cream wove paper 32.3 x 49.4 cm Art Institute of Chicago, IL


1897-99 Hospital ward oil on canvas 80 x 140 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1897-99 Mother and Daughter oil on canvas 135 x 163 cm National Museum of Art, Oslo

1897-99 Old Man with a Beard oil on canvas 60 x 29 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1897-99 Two Women in a Landscape tempera and oil on canvas 76 x 90 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898 Beach watercolour and oil on cardboard 52.6 x 77 cm Stavanger Kunstmuseum, Norway

1898 Father and Son oil on canvas 96 x 119.5 cm Private Collection

1898 Half-Nude in a Blue Skirt oil on paper 80 x 55 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898 Henrik Ibsen at the Grand Café oil on canvas 70 x 96 cm Private Collection

1898 Holger Drachmann tempera on cardboard 72 x 55 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898 Man and Woman oil on canvas 60 x 100 cm Bergen Art Museum

1898 Marie Helene Holmboe oil on canvas 116 x 112 cm Bergen Art Museum

1898 Metabolism (aka Adam and Eve) oil on canvas 172.5 x 142 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898-99 Metabolism oil on canvas 175 x 143 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898 Nude gouache on cardboard 49 x 34 cm Private Collection

1898 Nude in Profile towards the Right oil on canvas 93 x 77 cm Private Collection

1898 Nude oil on cardboard 78.5 x 25.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898 Sitting Nude by the Beach oil on panel 39.2 x 59.5 cm Private Collection

1898 Study of a Model oil on paper 92 x 70 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898 The Rainbow oil on cardboard 65.5 x 78 cm Munch Museum, Oslo


1898 Two Women on the Shore woodcut 45.5 x 51.5 cm (image) 

1898 Two Women on the Shore woodcut 45.5 x 51.5 cm (image)

1898 Two Women on the Shore woodcut 45.5 x 51.5 cm (image)

1898 Two Women on the Shore woodcut 45.5 x 51.5 cm (image)


1898 Two Women, Symbolic Study tempera on panel 64 x 43 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898 Woman by the Sea in Åsgårdstrand oil on canvas 55 x 81 cm Private Collection

1898-99 Dark-Haired Man and Red-Haired Woman 48 x 72 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898-99 Female Portrait mixed media on canvas 105.5 x 107.8 cm Bergen Art Museum


1898-99 House with Red Virginia Creeper oil on canvas 92.5 x 110 cm Private Collection

1898-99 House with Red Virginia Creeper oil on panel 32.5 x 48 cm National Art Museum, Oslo

1898-1900 House with Red Virginia Creeper oil on canvas 119.5 x 121 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898-99 Tulla Larsen oil on canvas 119.5 x 61 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898-99 Tulla Larsen oil on panel 46 x 38 cm Stenersenmuseet, Oslo

1898-1900 Boulevard in Paris oil on canvas 97 x 130 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898-1900 Jealousy in the Bath oil on cardboard 50 x 65.6 cm Private Collection

1898-1900 The Coffin is Carried Out oil on cardboard 99 x 70 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1898-1900 Tragedy oil on canvas 119.5 x 77 cm Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota

1899 Aase and Harald Nørregaard oil and crayon on cardboard 49.5 x 75 cm National Gallery, Oslo

1899 Aase Nøorregaard oil on canvas 131 x 109 cm National Museum of Art, Oslo

1899 Boys Bathing woodcut from two blocks on cream card 38 x 44.8 cm (image) Art Institute of Chicago, IL

1899 Kiss of Death lithograph on cream wove paper 29.9 x 45.4 cm (image)

1899 Landscape casein on canvas 76 x 85 cm Munch Museum, Oslo


1899 Dark Spruce Forest oil on canvas 90.5 x 60 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1899 Dark Spruce Forest oil on panel 45 x 67.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1899-1902 Dark Spruce Forest casein and oil on canvas 95.5 x 81 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

1899-1902 Dark Spruce Forest oil on canvas 84.5 x 72.5 cm Munch Museum, Oslo

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