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Edvard Munch and The Spanish Flu

Mr. Cake (cakeordeathsite) has graciously agreed to share another of his wonderful art posts with me. In reading about the flu epidemic, I learned that the artist, Edvard Munch, was a victim. 208 more words



At beginning of 1919, the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (see Madonna) who painted one of the most famous paintings of all time, 1893’s The Scream… 160 more words


It's All in Your Head

Talk about taking Edvard Munch’s The Scream to the next level!

Jowita Bydlowska, author of the controversial memoir Drunk Mom, posted a thought-provoking (if you’re not an artist) and thoroughly frightening (if you are an artist) piece on the correlation between mental health/addiction/suicide and the artistic process on… 56 more words

GIRLS ROAD TRIP!! Norway 2016

I am off to Norway for an adventure with a girl friend.  “Why Norway?”, everyone asks. Well, a few reasons: Norwegian desserts dominated our family Christmas dessert tray with Krumkake and Lefse. 370 more words


Who Made This?

Last weekend I went out of town for less than a day, which might not count as “going out of town” but I digress, and when I returned I found this mysterious painting sitting upon my stoop: 89 more words


"By the Deathbed," Edvard Munch

Edvard Munch was an artist given to obsession over graphic notions: his most famous image, “The Scream,” actually had four different versions¹. Other compositions had dozens of versions in pastels, lithographs, oil paintings, and woodblocks. 714 more words



The dance of life -Edvard Munch 1899-1900

Since the beginning of time
man yearned to hold
bare hands grabbing the void.
Who knows where thoughts descend… 93 more words