Edvard Munch


Edvard Munch (1863-1944) was a Norwegian Painter and Printmaker. His art is featured in all our products.  Being his relatives we grew up with his art. We are proud and grateful for having this opportunity to dig deeper into his great catalogue of works, and to know him better through By Munch. We hope that he would have approved of our designs.

If you want to learn more about Edvard Munch you can read his Wikipedia Article here!


Edvard Munchs creative career lasted from 1880 until 1943. In addition to prints and other artwork he created at least 1789 paintings which makes up an enormous catalogue of work. When we design our products we make our selection carefully, with the goal of creating attractive products, as well as bringing forward lesser known artworks to the public. Here is our current Collection of Edvard Munchs art used in our products.


The Gothic Girl (1924)

Oil on Canvas, 80 x 65 cm
Private Collection, Switzerland


Waves (1908)

Oil on Canvas, 115,5 x 97 cm
The Munch Museum


African with Green Scarf (1916)

Oil on canvas, 111 x 72,5 cm.
The Munch Museum


Woman with Peonies (1926)

Oil on Canvas, 60 x 90 cm
The Munch Museum


Anxiety (1896)

Litograph, 42 x 38,5 cm
The Munch Museum

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The Scream (1895)

Litograph, painted with watercolor, 33,5 x 25,4cm
The Munch Museum


The Building of The Winter Studio (1929)

Oil and Crayon on Canvas, 149 x 114,5 cm
The Munch Museum


Between The Clock and The Bed (1940-43)

Oil on Canvas, 149,5 x 120,5 cm
The Munch Museum


Madonna (1895-1902)

Lithograph, 39,5 x 35 cm
The Munch Museum


The Sun (1911)

Oil on Canvas, 455 x 780 cm
The Munch Museum

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Anxiety (1896)

Litograph printed in black & red, 42 x 38,5
The Munch Museum


The Scream (1895)

Litograph, 33,5 x 25,4 cm
The Munch Museum