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MUNCH

(2013-03-11 14:47:39)
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He had been a sickly child,often unable to attend school because of rheumatic fever or some other ailment,and as a result he had a terror of both tuberculosis and insanity.He was haunted by the thought of death throughout his life,but nonetheless he considered illness almost a pre-condition for his work:'...I must retain my physical weaknesses,they are an in integral part of me.I don't want to get rid of illness,however unsympathetically I may depict it in my art.'Such a dependent childhood and the effect on him of so much human tragedy,made him more and more attached to his home and family.His' letter to the family' expresses his concern for them as well as his willingness to help whenever it was within his power.
  The Munch household was run on patriarchal lines with good,oldfashioned order and discipline very much in evidence,and Karen Bjolstad ruled over it with a firm but affectionate hand. But the need for strict economy and the fact that the family had no proper mother and lived in a series of modest apartments meant that they certainly remained isolated from the rest of Christianina's  haute bourgeoisie.From  his youth,Edvard was basically at odds with 'polite society',and as he became more and more involved with the bohemians,his antipathy to its moral and social conventions grew.Later on we shall examine the effect that the bohemian Leader,Hans Jaeger,had on Munch's life.But it is a fact that hardly any other of his followers fulfilled Jaeger's moral requirements as completely or exposed his own innermost thoughts and his most personal experiences as ruthlessly as did Munch.Only Jaeger himself in his writings could possibly be thought to have achieved the same degree of self-revelation.
  Munch's art still touches our hearts and minds today because,by searching the deepest recesses of his own mind,he had arrived at an area of shared experience.His individualism is that of universality.

MUNCH
Girl Kinding the Stove,1883
Oil on canvas ,97*66cm

MUNCH
 Sister Inger,age 14,1882
charcoal drawing,34.5*25.8cm

MUNCH
Sister Laura,age 14,1881/2
Oil on panel,24*18cm

MUNCH
Sister Inger,age 16,1884
Oil on canvas,97*68cm

MUNCH
Sister Inger,1892
Oil on canvas,172*122.5cm


As I have already mentioned,I got the idea for majority of these pictures from my early childhood,more than thirty years ago,but I have become so preoccupied with the task that I have been unable to leave it alone ever since. This is despite the fact that I have had no external encouragement to go ahead,let alone support from anyone conceivably interested in seeing the whole series assembled in one room
                                 --Munch



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