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Madonna, – Oil on canvas, x cm. NG.M One of the most important and best known motifs of Edvard Munch's oeuvre, Madonna was at the centre of his “Frieze of Life” series. The motif exists in several versions and originally bore the title Kvinne som elsker (Woman making Love). The painting was. Madonna, Oil on canvas x cm. "The pause during which the entire world halts in its orbit. Your face embodies all the beauty of the world. Your lips, as crimson as a ripe fruit, are half open as if to express pain. A corpse's smile. Here life and death shake hands. The chain that links thousands of past. Edvard Munch, Madonna: the pigment analysis shows that Munch used a multitude of different pigments to achieve the expressive colour harmony.

madonna Edvard munch

madonna Edvard munch

madonna Edvard munch

madonna Edvard munch



madonna Edvard munch

Born in Scandinavia, a region known for long periods of cold and darkness, Edvard Munch shared the Symbolist mentality of artists and writers from that locale and throughout Europe in the s. He rejected the Impressionist practice of studying effects of light on the external world and instead looked inward to explore. From ARS/Art Resource, Edvard Munch, Madonna (), Oil on canvas, × cm. Madonna, – Oil on canvas, x cm. NG.M One of the most important and best known motifs of Edvard Munch's oeuvre, Madonna was at the centre of his “Frieze of Life” series. The motif exists in several versions and originally bore the title Kvinne som elsker (Woman making Love). The painting was. Madonna, by Edvard Munch, European period. Expressionism. religious painting. Munch Museum, Oslo, Norway. Artwork doubles estimate to become the most expensive print sold in the UK. Madonna (the painting hangs in the Munch Museum, in Oslo, Norway) appears in a state of trance or sleep, with scattered hair and exposed breasts and abdomen. She is enveloped in a swirling background that seems to want to draw her in, or backwards, almost like a Maelstrom (a quintessential. Edvard Munch, Madonna: the pigment analysis shows that Munch used a multitude of different pigments to achieve the expressive colour harmony. Madonna, Oil on canvas x cm. "The pause during which the entire world halts in its orbit. Your face embodies all the beauty of the world. Your lips, as crimson as a ripe fruit, are half open as if to express pain. A corpse's smile. Here life and death shake hands. The chain that links thousands of past. Madonna is the usual title given to a composition by the Norwegian expressionist painter Edvard Munch. Munch painted several versions of the composition, showing a bare-breasted half-length female figure, between and , using oils on canvas. He also produced versions in print form. The version owned by the  ‎Title · ‎Interpretations · ‎Theft. Originally called Loving Woman, this picture can be taken to symbolize what Munch considered the essential acts of the female life cycle: sexual intercourse, causing fertilization, procreation and death. Evidence for the first is in the picture itself, an intensified, spiritualized variation in the nude of the 'mating' pose, the woman.

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