Norwegian painter Edvard Munch was primarily known for the psychological themes he often painted throughout his artwork during the 19th through the 20th century.
His most famous works include The Scream, The Sick Child, The Dance of Life, and The Seine at Saint-Cloud.
He was considered to be a part of the Expressionism and Symbolism movement. After he passed away in 1944, his artwork was acquired by the city of Oslo, which opened a museum later in 1963 called, The Munch Museum at Toyen.
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