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overstockArt "The Seine at Saint-Cloud, 1890 by Edvard Munch La Pastiche Hand Painted Oil Reproduction with Gold Luminoso Frame

Troubled Norwegian artist Edward Munch lived a difficult life, Experiencing devastating loss and isolation over the years. It was around the time of this painting in 1890 however that he was in the middle of an immensely rewarding and beloved friendship with Danish poet Emanuel Goldstein. After moving to St. Cloud following the end of the world Fair in Paris, Munch's style and philosophy underwent noticeable changes. Having recently experienced the neo-impressionist, Munch's style and philosophy underwent noticeable changes. Having recently experienced the neo-impressionist work of people like Gauguin, he sought to use color to provide Depth without employing traditional techniques of perspective. That's apparent here, in this lovely River view. The tones lighten and shift as the view recedes from one bank of the Seine to the other and the composition uses lines in a geometric and dividing fashion. It's a wonderful exemplar of Munch during a positive time, synthesizing some of era's most memorable techniques. This reproduction has been made by hand by one of our talented artists in an effort to preserve and make great art available for all. Frame Description: gold Laminose frame - gold finished wood . read more