Reviews - What do customers think about Edvard Munch: 1863-1944 (Basic Art)?
An intensive exploration. Jul 8, 2003
This book is short, only 48 pages, but is packed with an incredible amount of information and art. Zeri has done a phenomenal job of encapsulating Munch's life and work in a single, easily digestible package, one from which admirers of "The Scream" and art enthusiasts in general can learn a great deal. I would love to explore other books in Zeri's series.
beautiful book Dec 31, 2002
I fell in love with Munch when I saw one of his prints(the scream) at the Met museum in NYC, this is an amazing man with an amazing mind and an eye for color. the prints are beautiful in this book.
Great book on tormented Norwegian Apr 8, 2000
Here's the great aid for understanding the life and works of one of most underestimated genius. Great story on great Norwegian. Plentiful of color reproductions, abundant in information, great source for studying tormented painter. Worth every minute spent on reading. Looking forward to see Munch Museum in June. Nenad from Croatia.
The Best! Jan 11, 2000
This is an excellent book. It explores the full spectrum of Munch's career through an interesting presentation of words and pictures.