Scream art

Edvard Munch Most Famous Paintings - The Scream I was lucky enough to see this on special display at MOMA when the hubby and I took a trip to NYC.

Which Famous Painting Are You?

The highest price ever achieved for a painting. Edvard Munch Most Famous Paintings - The Scream I was lucky enough to see this on special display at MOMA when the hubby and I took a trip to NYC.

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The multiple faces with different emotions all suggest mental disorders such as multiple personalities, bipolar of schizophrenia. This works well with my theme of humans, emotions and mental issues

Andreas Lie

Scream #2 Art Print

Scream II by Andreas Lie is printed with premium inks for brilliant color and then hand-stretched over museum quality stretcher bars. Money Back Guarantee AND Free Return Shipping.

Why I Love Art: Harris Elementary Art Show 2013

Art show idea? Edvard Munch, The Scream mural made by my and graders…

Using watercolor and straws students will blow paint around the head in their self portrait to imply a wild mind or just very crazy hair!

Scream Art Project

Edvard Much "The Scream" Kids art project - draw face color with crayon outline sharpee liquid water color, straw, blow paint for hair object is to not get any paint on face.

Scream roar silent Scream_Silence

Scream roar silent Scream_Silence

#Art by Elisabetta Renosto-     Wow- this is incredible- tremendous emotion- Love this! Z.

Art by Elisabetta Renosto- Wow- this is incredible- tremendous emotion- Love…

francis bacon: This painting expresses the emotion of fear by using dark colors and by using facial expressions in his artwork.

Francis Bacon painting sold for $142.4MILLION at auction

Francis Bacon ‘Study for a Portrait’, 1952 © Estate of Francis Bacon. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2014 On display at Tate Britain Theme: BP Walk through British Art Room: 1950

Nothing I said was bullshit. You broke me in unimaginable ways. You shattered so much of me. All so I would leave you? He was never in the picture that way. Not until a short while ago. You put me through hell and did so many fucking things to me. I wasn't loved or appreciated. You were the one who had others. who didn't care. I cared I was loyal and I loved you. I still do but I can never be your again or love you again. For that would be signing my death certificate.

Quand les artistes parlent de leur dépression : 25 dessinateurs illustrent ce que c'est que de vivre au quotidien avec la dépression

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