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Description of the painting by Edward Munch “Despair”

Description of the painting by Edward Munch “Despair”


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The famous expressionist Edward Munch was among the first artists to discover a new direction. Expressionism was a trend whose main idea was to express strong emotional experiences through artistic means.

The apogee of Munch’s creativity is what many art lovers call the Scream. The phenomenal creation of the Norwegian painter belongs to a series of similar works. Among them, I recall the work "Despair" in 1892.

The author made a written note to the picture. In it, he describes one episode during a walk. He was in company with two comrades. The time was approaching in the evening, the sun was setting, and the sky flushed with scarlet colors. This color impressed the artist, he seemed to him blood red. Munch felt a fit of melancholy. He wearily leaned against the fence on the bridge. Friends remained uninvolved in the sudden illumination of a stopped friend. They continued the journey together, carried away by the conversation.

We see the described plot in Despair. A lone man in a hat in the foreground peers into the abyss with sadness and fatigue. In the distance you can see the fjord, marina and city buildings. Above ground, a red flame is painted over the sky. Two more characters stand apart, faceless and indifferent.

The mood of Munch's paintings changes from fear to jealousy, from melancholy to despair and scream. The gloomy perception of the world is reflected in hundreds of paintings by the painter. The emotions of human grief and pessimism deserve close attention. The author reflects them on canvas with contrasting colors and smooth strokes. Despite the lack of clear features on the faces of his characters, strong emotions are still visible on them. This is the genius of the master and his originality.

The painting "Despair" is generated by a deep sense of loneliness, hopelessness and humility before the tragic outcome of life.





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