Edvard Munch: Prints
19 September– 6 December 2009
Beit Wing, Rooms 6-10
Prints by Norway’s greatest artist Edvard Munch (1863-1944), selected by Peter Black, Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow featured in this exhibition. Forty lithographs, etchings and drypoints spanning the artist’s career, including Death and the Woman (1894), The Scream (1895), Madonna (1895) and The Sick Child (1896), as well as Munch’s greatest self-portrait print of 1895. A number of his impressive woodcuts, printed in colour using an innovative technique, also featured.
An exhibition from the Munch Museum, Oslo, organised by the Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, University of Glasgow and curated for the National Gallery of Ireland by Anne Hodge.
Curator | Anne Hodge, National Gallery of Ireland
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