Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Norwegian master Edvard Munch was interested in the representation of the reality of emotions. The symbolist and expressionist artist used free-flowing and tortuous lines, turning the visual world into a window to the human psychology. Munch's masterpiece the Scream is believed to be the defining image of the expressionist movement and one of the most recognizable artworks in the history of art and popular culture. Learn more about the Norwegian painter, his life, teachers and artworks in this book.