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Where Munch finally meets Van Gogh

Thursday, September 24, 2015 - 05:50

COMPARATIVE STUDY: Munch's The Scream (left) and Van Gogh's The Bridge of Trinquetaille. Both painters broke from traditional styles, working with forms that embraced deep swirling colours or thick dabs.


NORWAY'S Edvard Munch and Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh lived at the same time and both struggled to put their inner demons on canvas, but they never met in real life.

A broad collection of their paintings, which greatly influenced modern 19th-century artwork, will hang

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