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“What I wanted to bring out – is that which cannot be measured – I wanted to bring out the tired movement – in the eyelids – the lips must look as though they are whispering – she must look as though she is breathing – I want life – what is alive…”   ~ Edvard Munch

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Big shows are boosting NAC’s profile

By Sabina Mollot

It was four years ago when the National Arts Club was making far more headlines for a scandal, with its longtime president O. 982 more words

Gramercy Park

“It was evening – Maja lay scarlet and burning hot in bed, her eyes sparkled and flitted restlessly about the room – she was delirious – Dearest Karleman take this away from me it is so painful – will you do that – she looked beseechingly at him – yes, I know you will – Do you see that head there – it is death…”  ~ Edvard Munch

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“Was she really going to die – in the past half-hour she had almost felt better than before – the pains had gone – she tried to get up – gestured towards the armchair beside the bed…”   ~ Edvard Munch

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“She said she would be leaving them had to leave them – and asked if they would be sad when she was gone – and they had to promise her to abide by Jesus then they would meet her again in heaven…”  ~ Edvard Munch

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They Also Wrote Poetry pt. 7

Edvard Munch was a Norwegian painter who is best known for creating the iconic painting “The Scream of Nature”. He hand painted the following poem  onto the frame of an early version of the work: 64 more words

Poetry