Munch and German Expressionism at David Tunick, Inc., New York

New York,  6 May 2013, Art Media Agency (AMA).

Art dealer David Tunick, in collaboration with Munich-based Galerie Thomas, is organising from 6 to 20 May 2013 an exhibition devoted to Munch and German expressionism.

The gallery, specialised in prints and drawings from the 15th to the mid-20th centuries, will be presenting a selection of works by the Norwegian master, stressing the importance of the technique of engraving in the painter’s creation process, and his influence on German expressionists. A version of Vampire II, combining woodcut and lithography, which Munch began in 1895 before releasing several variations, is presented by David Tunick as the highlight of the series. Two versions of the Girls on the Bridge are also on display, along with two self-portraits. The lovers of German expressionism will be delighted to see several works from that movement. The exhibited artists include Emil Nolde and Paul Klee.

To date, Scream, Munch’s most

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