Christ of Saint John of the Cross (Dalí)
The Starry Night (van Gogh)
Walk along the seashore (Sorolla)
Edvard Munch was a Norwegian artist, painter and engraver, born in 1863.
The most frequent themes of the works of Edvard Munch were related to human feelings and tragedies, such as anguish, loneliness, death and eroticism. Munch is considered one of the great artists of expressionism and precursor of modernism.
The paintings and engravings made by Edvard Munch have a quite marked thematic. His works tended to be related to depression and a very negative view of existence.
One of his best known works, which you can find in MartiArte, is 'El Grito', a painting that reflects the horror and anguish that human beings can feel.
You can find your favorite work of Edvard Munch in our shop MartiArte, and get an exact reproduction.