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Edward Munch
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The Scream was the work of the Norway painter Edward Munch in 1893. The main body of the picture is a very painful expression under the red blood red. The red background came from the eruption of the Indonesian volcano volcano in 1883, and the ashes of the volcano red the sky. The location of the painting is the Oslo fjord overlooking the mountains of the sea of E. It is believed that this work reflects the mood of modern people's existential anxiety and intrusion. Munch himself described the origin of the painting: "one night I walked along the path -- the side of the road is the city, and the other side is the fjord below me. I was tired and sick. I stopped looking at the side of the fjord -- the sun was setting down -- the clouds were dyed red, like blood. "I feel a piercing scream across the sky and I can hear the screaming. I drew this picture - I drew clouds that are like real blood. The color in the scream -- this is "Life Series" in the painting "the scream".

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