love and angst
Edvard Munch (1863–1944) is best known today as a painter, but his reputation was in fact established through his prints, which were central to his creative process. His printmaking was experimental and innovative, and he continually revisited the subjects of his paintings in striking prints, in which he evoked a wide range of emotion and mood through the use of varied techniques. This title was created to accompany the landmark exhibition of his work at the British Museum, in collaboration with the Munch Museum, Norway.
Client: Thames & Hudson in conjunction with the British Museum
Author: Giulia Bartrum
Format: Hardback quarterbound PLC
Extent: 224 pp
Size: 280 x 230 mm