No one really knows the meaning behind this expressionist painting, though some hints in the brushwork suggest that the artist is meaning to convey the profound anguish that a robot feels as irony shoots it in the face while a demonic god-robot / planet looks on.
UPDATE: This design is now on sale at WeLoveFine! Check it out! "www.welovefine.com/search/star…">The Star-Scream
I am writing to you from the BBC's arts department in the UK.
We are making an arts series for the BBC exploring the Art of Scandinavia. The first episode explores the art of Norway, the second episode Denmark and the third, Sweden. The idea is that the films explore the culture and history of each country through its art from the 17th to the 20th centuries. Through the lens of each country we also hope to reflect on uniting aspects of Scandinavian society.
As you can imagine, Munch's, The Scream plays quite an important role in the first film about the art of Norway. As it so well known, the director is keen to include different interpretations of the painting which aren't seen quite so often. He would like to include your version, The Star- Scream and as such, I'm writing to ask your permission to be able to use it in the programme. I'd be very grateful if you could contact me about this - firstname.lastname@example.org
I want to save it Because I think it is so interesting.
I promise I won't use it to do any Commercial activities or
usurp your picture.
And I will write your name.
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"Oh no! The huge globe is coming! I must escape away for now or be smashed into pieces!"