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Some Of My Best Landscapes

This landscape is of the house that my Great-Great-Great-Grandfather built.

This is of the Porte des Allemandes in Metz, France. I think Porte des Allemandes means Door of the Germans, but I am not positive. 38 more words

Some Sketches I Made

I used these for my sketchbook to apply to Governor’s School for the Arts.

Two drawings of an English parish church.

A steamboat.

Design for a museum. 37 more words

It's Just A Bunch Of Hocus Pocus

Halloween is fast approaching. Planning a party? Do you want to send some spooky thoughtfulness? These are easy, affordable, and stirs up that All Hallow’s Eve feeling. 174 more words

Day 43, No. 43. The little guy from ‘The Scream’

HAIRCUT 100: Day 43, No. 43. The little guy from ‘The Scream’ by Norwegian painter and printmaker Edvard Munch (1863–1944), a series of four paintings, pastels and one lithograph produced between 1893 and 1910 under the German title of ‘Der Schrei der Natur’ (‘The Scream of Nature’). 173 more words

Stephen Carver

Symbolism - Edvard Munch

Edvard Munch is the painter of The Scream, which is one of the most recognisable works in the history of art.

Both a painter and printmaker, Munch grew up in a household periodically beset by life-threatening illnesses and the premature deaths of his mother and sister. 928 more words

Art History

Five on Friday 13

  1. HODLER MONET MUNCH The musée Marmottan Monet, on the western edge of Paris, in the calm 16th arrondissement, has two major special exhibitions a year. This year, the fall and winter show, which runs from September 15 to January 22, 2017, concerns three very different artists Ferdinand Hodler, Claude Monet, and Edvard Munch.

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Free Thinking

My appearances for Radio 3 Free Thinking are now available to download from the BBC website.

Ahead of the re-release of Peter Watkins’ 1974 biography of the artist Edvard Munch, I looked at how Munch’s biography relates to his art (and why Strindberg threatened to kill him). 83 more words