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Messer, Director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation in New York, traces Munch's growth as an artist, placing him in the context of his times.
He introduces the reader to the family scenes and familiar places that haunt Munch's art, and to the wider relationships - with writers, poets, and patrons - that nurtured Munch and sustained him in difficult times. Munch is justly considered to be a master of the graphic arts.
Here, prints and drawings are reproduced side by side with paintings, underscoring the intensity with which Munch worked out his themes and ideas in different mediums. Through all these Munch projects the psychic realities of his time through forms and images of great power. Get A Copy. Hardcover , 64 pages. More Details Original Title.
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