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MUNCH Reproduction

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JudaOrlandi, Marilyn (Marilyn.JudaOrlandi)
Mon, 26 Aug 1996 08:51:00 +0002


Message for the person who was looking for the MUNCH reproduction. Perhaps
the following information would be of help:

>From the book MUNCH published by Alpha Books Phaidon:

Illustration 28. UHThe KissDH Drypoint and Aquatint 1895 (This is the one
with the nude figures) 343 x 278 mm. Schiefler 22b, Willoch 22. Vienna,
Albertine.
Two pencil sketches of the figures in Oslo, Kommunes Kunstsamlinger. The
etching served as model for a small oil painting on a mahogany panel in the
possession of Harald H. Halvorsen, Oslo (Catalogue, p.12)

Illustration 29. UHThe KissDH (This is the clothed figures) Woodcut from
two blocks on Japanese paper, 467 x 465 mm. Schiefler 102 B.I. Vienna,
Albertina.
Transformation and simplification of the etching no. 28.

I would suggest that if you are looking for a reproduction you may want to
get in touch with the Albertine Museum in Vienna or the Kommunes
Kunstsamlinger in Oslo. The book also states that the reproduction rights
of the works of Edvard Munch are controlled by the Oslo Kommunes
Kunstsamlinger and Rolf E. Stenersen. Maybe you can contact the Museum in
Oslo by INTERNET? I hope this is of help. Good luck in your search.

Ciao,

Marilyn Juda-Orlandi