Sunday Funday: Scream At The MOMA

The Scream Edvard Munch 1893

The Scream Edvard Munch 1893

 

 

The Scream Edvard Munch 1896

The Scream Edvard Munch 1896

The MoMA is currently exhibiting on the most iconic and recognized pieces of art- “The Scream” by Edvard Munch. The painting is on view until April 2013. The iconic work sold for nearly $120 million at Sotheby’s auction house in May. Go see it if you can!

Here are my other favorites from the MoMA.

Pablo Picasso Demoiselles D'avignon 1907

Pablo Picasso Demoiselles D’avignon 1907

Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night 1889

Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night 1889

Vincent Van Gogh The Olive Trees 1889

Vincent Van Gogh The Olive Trees 1889

Gino Severini Armored Train In Action 1915

Gino Severini Armored Train In Action 1915

Paul Klee Twittering Machine 1922

Paul Klee Twittering Machine 1922

Piet Mondrian 1914

Piet Mondrian 1914

Pablo Picasso Three Musicians 1921

Pablo Picasso Three Musicians 1921

Paul Klee Cat And Bird 1928

Paul Klee Cat And Bird 1928

Meret Oppenheim 1936 Fur Covered Cup Saucer Spoon

Meret Oppenheim 1936 Fur Covered Cup Saucer Spoon

Pablo Picasso Girl Before A Mirror 1932

Pablo Picasso Girl Before A Mirror 1932

Lyubov Popova Painterly Architectonic 1917

Lyubov Popova Painterly Architectonic 1917

Gustav Klimt Hope II 1907-1908

Gustav Klimt Hope II 1907-1908

Gino Severini Visual Synthesis of the Idea War 1914

Gino Severini Visual Synthesis of the Idea War 1914

Gino Severini 1912

Gino Severini 1912

Edvard Munch Madonna 1894-1895

Edvard Munch Madonna 1894-1895

Fernand Leger Exit The Ballets Russes 1914

Fernand Leger Exit The Ballets Russes 1914

Fernand Leger Three Women 1921-22

Fernand Leger Three Women 1921-22

Frida Kahlo Fulang-Chang And I 1937

Frida Kahlo Fulang-Chang And I 1937

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