The Scream Returned

Two years after the daylight robbery of Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”, the painting has been returned safely. In August 2004 “The Scream” and “Madonna” were stolen by masked gunmen from the Munch Museum in Norway.

It’s pretty big news, even for mainstream media, so here’s what a few people are saying about the recovery..Continue Reading

Edvard Munch Board Game

I guess it’s always good to keep a sense of humor about life and the challenges we come across, which kind of made me smile when I read that the Munch Museum is selling a board game about the theft of Edvard Munch’s The Scream painting. One could either sit and cry about the great loss or lighten up and possibly even make a few extra dollars from it all.Continue Reading

Munch Museum Reopens

The Munch Museum in Norway is about to reopen, 10 months after it lost “The Scream” painting to masked thieves during a daylight robbery. The painting has still not been recovered, which is a pity, but the museums says it still has another thousand Edvard Munch works to keep the visitors busy. Oh, there’s a £181,500 reward for the return of the stolen Munchs too, which seems quite small considering the value of the works could be worth £10.4m.Continue Reading

The Scream Painting

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The Scream by famous Norwegian artist Edvard Munch. Painted in 1910.
One of several versions painted between 1893 and 1910.
66 x 83 cm or 26 x 32.6 inches
Tempera on cardboard
Located at the Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway.Continue Reading