Famous Art Facts – The Scream

There are actually five separate versions of Expressionist artist Edvard Munch’s most famous work of art called The Scream. The first two were from 1893, created with tempera and crayon on cardboard, and they are located in the National Gallery in Oslo and the Munch Museum. The third version was created in 1895; it was made with pastels and sold at auction for $120 million. The fourth version was also made in 1895 as a black and white lithograph. The fifth and final version was done in 1910 by Munch because of the popularity of the previous incarnations. This one is held in the Munch Museum, and it made headlines after it was stolen in 2004 and recovered in 2006.

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