Artist: Edvard Munch (Norwegian 1863-1944), Title: The Sick Child 1896' , Medium: Giclee Print, Style: Expressionsim, Edition: n/a, Size: 12 x 8 In. The Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863-1944) is renowned for his haunting portrayals of desire and jealousy, the ambiguities of sexual desire, loneliness, anguish and death. Like his contemporary Sigmund Freud, Munch's art ushered in a new age and a new perspective focused on the intense personal feelings of man's inner self. Munch was the first modern visual artist to explore the universal human experiences, filtered through events in his own life. By manipulating color, line, texture, and pictorial details, he reworked his images in multiple print variations, continually renewing their power to express his artistic goals. Munch's prints show his persistent experimentation and virtuosic handling of woodcut, lithography, and intaglio which endowed different impressions of his primary motifs with new meanings.