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Edvard Munch’s iconic (and record-breaking) image inspires a few cries of horror from our furry friends
By People Staff
Posted on May 3, 2012 at 8:45pm EDT
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One of the four versions of Edvard Munch’s famous image “The Scream” sold at Sotheby’s on Wednesday for a record $119.9 million – the most ever paid at auction for a work of art.
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Sometimes it all gets to be too much.
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This is angst, personified.
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This backyard cat’s scream could use some work, but the little guy is trying.
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Yawn! This poodle is feeling sleepier than he is disturbed, but he’s got the right look about him.
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Feeling existential dread? Or just hungry?
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This cat wants to know where his cut of the $119.9 million is.
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Two times the terror!
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They’re calling this work of art “The Bark.”
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