Modern gardens and the landscape
Museum of Modern Art, May 1, 1984 - Architecture - 112 pages
"This volume, which accompanies a major exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, provides a comprehensive overview of Munch's work. Its color plates illustrate the full range of his art, including his many extraordinary self-portraits; intensely emotional motifs such as The Kiss and Puberty, Anxiety and Melancholy, The Sick Child and The Dance of Life; one of the modern era's most famous and quintessential images, The Scream; and the mutable series called the Frieze of Life, in which Munch attempted to chronicle "the modern life of the soul.""--BOOK JACKET.
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