Patricia Convery stays in the shadows at the launch of a new exhibition celebrating the work of Edvard Munch.
The display – Graphic Works from the Gundersen Collection – opens at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art tomorrow. The artist, best known for The Scream, has been described by the Gallery as being “renowned for his preoccupation with universal emotions such as isolation, melancholy, anxiety and love”.
The exhibiton features 50 hand-coloured works, including examples of Munch’s most iconic images. As well as The Scream, versions of Anxiety and Madonna will be on show for the first time in the UK.