Jeg sitter i det eneste hyggelige huset jeg har boet i – i Åsgårdstrand

The years after

The Women on the Bridge, 1933 (c) Munch-museet/Munch-Ellingsen Gruppen BONO 2013

The Women on the Bridge, 1933 (c) Munch-museet/Munch-Ellingsen Gruppen BONO 2013

After the purchase of the house in 1898 change Munch’s motifs and focus in his art, he begins now more interest in the everyday, and for the people who lived here. Both they and the property now serves as becoming models: Several images show small and big girls Åsgårdstrand, bath life, portraits of the garden in different seasons of harvest and woodcutting as activities, and local fishermen. And masterpieces like “Girls on the Bridge” is in these years..

Two Girls with Blue Aprons 1904-05

Two Girls with Blue Aprons, 1904-05 (c) Munch-museet/Munch-Ellingsen Gruppen BONO 2013

 

The Garden in Åsgårdstrand, 1904-05 (c) Munch-museet/Munch-Ellingsen Gruppen/BONO 2013

The Garden in Åsgårdstrand, 1904-05 (c) Munch-museet/Munch-Ellingsen Gruppen/BONO 2013

Forrige artikkelFrieze of Life Neste artikkelMunch on Veierland and Tjøme