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Edvard Munch

The godfather of expressionism

The Norwegian painter Edvard Munch was one of the leading figures of the expressionist movement in the late 20th century. Known for his dramatic and emotive paintings, his work captured the breadth of human feelings. From dark disturbing images, such as his most famous painting ‘The Scream’, to surprisingly bright and happy scenes like ‘Dancing on the sea beach’, Edvard Munch paintings portray a world of heightened reality.

Vivid colours, swirling brushstrokes, and a dreamlike atmosphere make this expressionist’s work recognised and loved around the world. And now you can hang one of Munch’s breath-taking artworks in your own home…

Dark and dramatic

Edvard Munch was certainly in touch with his dark side. The raw terror portrayed in ‘The Scream” is both beautiful and spine chilling – and that’s why we love it. Choose this print in full technicolour or opt for a subtler monochrome version of the print. Either is sure to make an eye-catching focal point!

Other dark favourites include ‘Vampire’, with its intense midnight blue and red colour palette, and the tender ‘Consolation’. Or how about Edvard Munch’s chilling ‘Madonna’, perfect for hanging in a study?

Sensual scenes

Edvard Munch may have embraced life’s painful moments but he also celebrated the good things in life. You’ll find some beautiful erotic paintings that would look great hung in your bedroom – or even in the living room if you like a little shock factor! The striking beauty of ‘The Kiss’ and the quiet serenity of ‘Female nude on the beach’ are favourites. A

nd if they feel a little too intimate, why not choose a gorgeous landscape painting instead? The silvery light captured in ‘Moonlight’ or the golden sunshine in ‘Summer on the coast’ would look wonderful in any room.

Choose the best material for your prints

Help your print to look its best by choosing the right material to make it shine. Edvard Munch’s bold brushstrokes look beautifully authentic printed on traditional canvas. Pair it with a shadow floating frame for a true gallery look.

On the other hand, the intense colours of many of his works would be enhanced when printed on modern materials, such as Alu-Dibond or acrylic glass. Black-and-white artworks are best suited to lightweight Forex foam board, while our high-quality photo paper is the most affordable choice.