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Art August, 18 2009

Edvard Munch: Prints

Currently on view at The Hunterian Museum at the University of Glasgow, Edvard Munch: Prints is the largest exhibition of the artists work in the medium in 35 years. Munch’s lithographs and woodcuts inspired the German Expressionists to revive printmaking. They are also testament to his growth and development as a graphic artist, and through the 40 prints collected in the exhibition this track is well defined. Munch’s prints are rarely viewed publicly.

Edvard Munch: Prints is up until September 5, 2009. Above is Separation II, 1896.

More prints after the jump, including one you might know.

Kristiania Bohemians II, 1895

Jealousy I, 1896

The Scream, 1895

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