The Munch Museum in Oslo digitized not only its own holdings of Munch’s works on paper, but also those from other museums and private collections.
Oslo’s Munch Museum and an “award winning Photoshop brush maker” teamed up to create a set of digital brushes based on seven real ones that Munch used.
OSLO — It’s everywhere in Oslo: greeting you at the airport and hanging in the train station, on billboards and in gift shops. It is perhaps the most famous art image of the twentieth century, and Norway is celebrating what would be the 150th birthday of its creator. Even when Edvard Munch (1863-1944) painted the first version of The Scream in 1893, it was a much-discussed and mysterious image; in 2013, everyone with access to a computer knows it.