“The 150th Anniversary : The Prints of Edvard Munch from the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo”
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Print production was a major element of Munch’s impressive oeuvre and after making his first print in 1894, Munch continued over the remaining fifty years of his life to produce approximately 850 print pieces.
This exhibition displays 34 prints from the NMWA collection, featuring early period works on the typical Munch themes of life, death and romantic love, such as The Sick Girl (1894), Madonna (1895) and Harpye (1899), along with his lithograph series Alpha and Omega (1908–09), and Toward the Light (1914) which revealed new developments in his work.
“The Silent Scream - The Life and Work of Edvard Munch”
Date: 13th December(Fri) 14:00-15:30
Speaker: Magne Bruteig (Print Curator of Munch Museum in Oslo)
Venue: Lecture Hall
Capacity: 140 participants
*For further information please refer to the museum website
from December 07, 2013 to March 09, 2014
Closed between 28th December-1st January, 7th January-9th January