Norwegian art

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Another sneak peak into the gallery that is Sound of Mu. This week we have an artist exhibiting...

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I've been neglecting the "Norwegian art" category of this blog. Plus, I don't think I have ever shown...

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This week's entry is also written by blather.net's editor Dave, as a followup to last week's. Where is...

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This week's entry is written by blather.net's editor Dave I’m sitting in the waiting area of Dublin airport's...

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Edvard Munch's craftmanship extended far beyond oil painting. In the late 1890s he created highly experimental woodcarvings that...

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Bizarrely, this is me (on the left) being interviewed for television. I was at a tourist site in...

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The scene depicted in Scandinavia's most famous painting, Munch's Skrik (the Scream, as seen here), is from a...

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("Our Saviour's Graveyard"). This graveyard, established in 1808, is Oslo's most famous cemetery, and many of the great...

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This painting, Spill og dans (Play and Dance), depicting a fiddler and a dancer, hangs in the same...

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In the mid-nineteenth century, European art and literature moved away from the idealistic drama of Romanticism, and Realism...