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 "Anxiety" by Edvard Munch: A woodcut print displaying a series of pale, elongated faces with dark, empty eyes staring forward, set against a turbulent dark sky, creating an atmosphere of disquiet. The stark contrast of black and white enhances the emotional expression of the piece.

Anxiety

Edvard Munch

 "Angst, aggresjon - gjenholdenhet IV" by Arne Bendik Sjur, a black and white drypoint print on paper depicting two stylized, anthropomorphic creatures resembling a fusion of primate and canid, displaying contrasting emotions of curiosity and aggression.

Angst, aggresjon - gjenholdenhet IV

Arne Bendik Sjur

 Black and white drypoint print "Angst, aggresjon - gjenholdenhet III" by Arne Bendik Sjur, featuring two stylized, bear-monkey hybrid animals with expressive faces sitting next to each other and seemingly engaging in an emotional dialogue, set against a white background with artist's inscription below.

Angst, aggresjon - gjenholdenhet III

Arne Bendik Sjur

 "Sad forebodings of what is going to happen" by Francisco de Goya, a monochromatic etching on paper featuring a figure, possibly in distress or contemplation, rendered in shades of black, white, and grey, showcasing the artist's skill in creating an emotionally resonant scene through the use of light and shadow.

Sad forebodings of what is going to happen

Francisco de Goya

 "The Scream" by Edvard Munch, an expressionist painting depicting a figure with an agonized expression standing on a bridge under a turbulent orange and red sky.

The Scream

Edvard Munch

 "Jealousy II" by Edvard Munch is a litograph on thick wove paper, depicting an intense scene with a dark-clad man staring out in jealousy at a woman in white who is standing close to another man, with shadowy figures in the background, echoing themes of love and rivalry.

Jealousy II

Edvard Munch

 A black and white drypoint etching titled "Angst, aggresjon - gjenholdenhet II" by Arne Bendik Sjur, featuring two abstract, animal-like creatures with round eyes and expressive faces, rendered in fine lines against a plain background, conveying emotions that align with the themes of fear, aggression, and restraint.

Angst, aggresjon - gjenholdenhet II

Arne Bendik Sjur

 "A bad night" by Francisco de Goya is an etching depicting a figure in extreme distress amidst a dark and ominous background, rendered in muted shades of black, white, and gray, capturing an intense, nightmarish scene.

A bad night

Francisco de Goya

 "Love and Death" by Francisco de Goya, a monochromatic etching showing an emotionally charged scene with two figures in a tight embrace, suggesting themes of love and mortality, executed with subtle gradations of grey shading.

Love and death

Francisco de Goya

 "Angst, aggresjon - gjenholdenhet I" by Arne Bendik Sjur, a black and white drypoint engraving on paper, depicting a solitary, whimsical creature at the center of a vast white space with signature and edition number at the bottom of the print.

Angst, aggresjon - gjenholdenhet I

Arne Bendik Sjur

 "The Urn; Jealousy I" by Edvard Munch, a diptych lithograph on wove paper featuring two distinct black and white images. The top panel portrays a reclining woman and a brooding figure behind her; the bottom panel shows a bearded man with a wide-eyed stare beside a softer-looking female figure, all encapsulated within dark lines against varying shades of gray that convey a sense of emotional drama and tension.

The Urn; Jealousy I

Edvard Munch

 A black and white woodcut print titled "Skrik" by Niclas Gulbrandsen, featuring a solitary figure with a distorted and elongated face screaming amidst a chaotic backdrop of dense, vertical lines, creating a powerful expression of emotion and turmoil.

Skrik

Niclas Gulbrandsen

 A black and white woodcut print titled "Misunnelse" by Niclas Gulbrandsen, featuring four abstract figures with pronounced facial expressions and vertical lines in the background, evoking a deep sense of emotion and atmosphere.

Misunnelse

Niclas Gulbrandsen

 A woodcut print on paper by artist Niclas Gulbrandsen, titled "And the young man looked up and recognised Him and made answer, 'But I was dead once and you raised me from the dead. What else should I do but weep?'" The image, in black and white, shows a simplified, crouching figure with a hand to its face, seeming to express grief. Behind this figure stands a shadowy silhouette, less detailed, implying a spiritual

"And the young man looked up and recognised Him and made answer, 'But I was dead once and you raised me from the dead. What else should I do but weep?'"

Niclas Gulbrandsen

 Monochromatic etching titled "Vain laments" by Francisco de Goya, depicting an anguished central figure with outstretched arms surrounded by other characters, all set against a backdrop of sketchy figures and structures in sepia tones.

Vain laments

Francisco de Goya

 "Voldsomme bevegelser. Han skriker" by Arne Bendik Sjur, a drypoint on paper depiction of a dynamic, monochromatic figure in an abstract, tunnel-like space, suggesting intense movement or a scream, using stark black-and-white contrast.

Voldsomme bevegelser. Han skriker

Arne Bendik Sjur

 Etching by Francisco de Goya entitled "Cruel tale of woe!" displaying a sorrowful scene with two figures, one reclined on the ground and another seated with their face in their hands, in shades of sepia on a creamy white paper background.

Cruel tale of woe!

Francisco de Goya

 Monochromatic etching by Francisco de Goya titled "Thou who canst not," depicting a human in a tense interaction with a bull, using aquatint and etching techniques on paper, creating a scene with expressive strokes and a dramatic contrast between light and dark tones.

Thou who canst not

Francisco de Goya

 "Threats in the Night" by Berit Arnestad, a woodcut on paper artwork showing a shadowy, seated figure at a desk or table, looking to the right, with striated patterns suggestive of rain or window bars in the background, all in black and grey monochromatic tones.

Threats in the Night

Berit Arnestad

 Lithograph on paper of "The Scream" by Edvard Munch depicting a figure with hands on its face in an open-mouthed scream, standing on a bridge with a turbulent, lined sky and water in the background, and two distant figures standing still.

The Scream

Edvard Munch

 Black and white woodcut print "Fandens fugler" by Niclas Gulbrandsen on paper, depicting well-worn shoes on a floor with flying birds above, emerging around planks of wood.

Fandens fugler

Niclas Gulbrandsen

 "Stalking Panther" by Edvard Munch, a lithograph on paper depicting a detailed and textured black ink rendering of a panther in mid-stride on a beige background, conveying motion and predatory focus.

Stalking Panther

Edvard Munch

 A black and white etching titled "Of what ill will he die?" by Francisco de Goya, depicting a seated humanoid figure with the head of a donkey, dressed in period clothing, holding a quill and leaning over a book or document, set against a dark, shadowy background.

Of what ill will he die?

Francisco de Goya

 An etching titled "Feline pantomime" by Francisco de Goya, featuring a large anthropomorphic cat perched on a ledge with deeply pointed ears, overlooking two smaller human figures. The work is executed in shades of brown, conveying a sense of mystery and surrealism.

Feline pantomime

Francisco de Goya

 Black and white etching titled "Mor, hvorfor holder du meg så fast? II" by Arne Bendik Sjur, featuring two scenes: to the left, a crying infant gripping onto an edge, and to the right, a smiling toddler lovingly holding a plush toy, all rendered in detailed lines on textured paper.

Mor, hvorfor holder du meg så fast? II

Arne Bendik Sjur

 "Flukten fra friheten," a koldnål etching on paper by Arne Bendik Sjur, depicting an intricate gothic tower surrounded by a crowd of expressive faces in monochromatic shades.

Flukten fra friheten

Arne Bendik Sjur

 "Struggle for Survival" by Christian Krohg is an oil on canvas depicting a group of women and children clad in winter clothing on a snowy street, conveying a sense of communal hardship and endurance.

Struggle for Survival

Christian Krohg

 "And still they don't go!" by Francisco de Goya, an etching on paper depicting a dark and surreal scene with a mass of intertwined human figures struggling beneath a large, oppressive shape resembling a beast's paw; rendered in shades of black, white, and gray to evoke despair and struggle.

And still they don't go!

Francisco de Goya

 "Sleep overcomes them" by Francisco de Goya, an etching, aquatint, and drypoint on paper depicting a group of people in deep sleep, huddled together in a dark setting with a barred window casting shadows over them. The scene is predominantly dark with shades of black and grey, portraying a mood of exhaustion and despair.

Sleep overcomes them

Francisco de Goya

 "The Hardships of Bachelorhood" by Ferdinand Fagerlin is an oil on canvas painting depicting a man in a reddish-brown coat seated and sewing in a dimly lit, cluttered room, with another man standing in the background. The scene is awash with earthy tones and a cozy ambience, highlighting the domestic efforts of a lone bachelor.

The Hardships of Bachelorhood

Ferdinand Fagerlin