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  • Jill M. Singleton

    Moonlight, 1895, Edvard Munch, oil on canvas, 93 x 110 cm., Norway. "This painting shows one of Munch’s most simplified depictions of the Norwegian coastal landscape in the light of a summer night. Thematically it is related to The Voice, which Munch had painted earlier, in that case with a female figure in the central foreground. Moonlight captures a mood of nature, without human presence... Instead of depicting an action, the picture expresses a certain mood."

  • Lyudmila Belova

    Edvard Munch (1863-1944). Moonlight, 1895, Oil on canvas, 93 x 110 cm, The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo

  • Victoria Thor

    Edvard Munch (Norwegian: Expressionism, Symbolism, 1863–1944): Moon Light, 1895. Oil on canvas, 93 x 110 cm. The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design - The National Gallery, Oslo., Norway.

  • Mari Valen

    By fellow norwergian, the great artist Edvard Munch.

  • David Charles Fox

    edvard munch, moonlight davidcharlesfoxexpressionism.com #edvardmunch #expressionism

  • Magda Iwińska

    Edvard Munch ( 1863 –1944) Moonlight, 1895

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