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  • Hardcover
  • 280
  • Munch By Steffen Kverneland
  • Steffen Kverneland
  • Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål
  • 08 February 2020
  • 9788282550260

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    Free [Munch By Steffen Kverneland] ↠ Steffen Kverneland SCREAMADELICAAt this point the Goodreads star rating system breaks down completelyFor beauty exuberance glorious graphic art and all

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    FREE DOWNLOAD ¹ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ì Steffen Kverneland Steffen Kverneland ì 6 FREE DOWNLOAD SUMMARY Munch By Steffen Kverneland I can't say I loved this book but it's not because Kverneland's art that depicts Munch and his world isn't inventive and great; it's that Munch his crowd including his friend Strindberg all of them are unlikeable And Kverneland and his interlocutor Lars who weave the story of this book's creation through the story of Munch are also not very likable So the art and story captures the jarring unlikeability of both worlds Munch is a

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    Free [Munch By Steffen Kverneland] ↠ Steffen Kverneland Steffen Kverneland ì 6 FREE DOWNLOAD SUMMARY Munch By Steffen Kverneland Munch is my second biography in graphic novel form from SelfMadeHero following on from the life of Agatha Christie I reviewed last month Norwegian painter Edvard Munch 1863–1944 is of course best known for The Scream but I learne

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    Free [Munch By Steffen Kverneland] ↠ Steffen Kverneland AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH IT’S A COMICS BIO OF EDVARD MUNCHGeddit? ‘cos The ScreamSteffen Kverneland’s Munch pronounced “Monk” is an epic part biographypart art appreciationwhole mash note to the painter Edvar

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    SUMMARY Munch By Steffen Kverneland FREE DOWNLOAD ¹ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ì Steffen Kverneland Steffen Kverneland ì 6 FREE DOWNLOAD I am so disappointed with this book I had to force myself to finish in the end which is never a good endorsement for a book and the whole thing was overly complicated scattered and felt like I was reading random thoughts from the inside of the author's brainIt seemed well researched and the art was good but the narrative desperately needed editing and structure and cohesion and this is where it fell down for me

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    Free [Munch By Steffen Kverneland] ↠ Steffen Kverneland FREE DOWNLOAD ¹ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ì Steffen Kverneland Steffen Kverneland ì 6 FREE DOWNLOAD A straightforward tale that shows the brilliance of Munch and the brilliance of Steffen KvernelandI'm a big fan of the Art Masters series Pablo Gauguin The Other World Art Masters Series and look forward to reading VincentThis series takes an artist and tells their own tale employing their own techniue to illustrate the panelsSome like Gauguin The Other World Art Masters Series have a straightforward style because Gau

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    Free [Munch By Steffen Kverneland] ↠ Steffen Kverneland 25 stars Phew What a tour de force This book was definitely too long and could have benefited from some heavy editing What also peeved me was the constant “meta” narrative with the author and his buddy having drunk discussions about Munch the alcoholism is strong with this one The art was excellent but the varying points of view from which Munch’s life story was told were often confusing if you’re not familiar with all of Munch

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    Free [Munch By Steffen Kverneland] ↠ Steffen Kverneland Munch' life was full of alcohol friendships and women which served as a great inspiration for his paintings and makes for an interesting and exciting read for us You could say that the alcohol sometimes distorted his memory of events and that the alcohol fueled his somewhat insane insubordinate and self destructive personality His controversial work was loved by many but loathed by even many leading to exhibitions being cancelle

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    Free [Munch By Steffen Kverneland] ↠ Steffen Kverneland Scattered thoughts1 Confusing at times especially at one specific point where I just couldn't figure out if two or three people died?? I think it was two though2 Strindberg was a whoreson loggerhead3 Impressive drawings by S

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    Free [Munch By Steffen Kverneland] ↠ Steffen Kverneland Steffen Kverneland ì 6 FREE DOWNLOAD SUMMARY Munch By Steffen Kverneland I saw this in my local library and had to pick it up The idea of having a graphic novel biography is so great To see an artists life and career told with art itself is just the perfect tribute to what the person devoted their life to This graphic novel focuses on the life and career of Edvard Munch the artist most famously known for The Scream using mostly Munch's own words I thoroughly enjoyed reading about his career and taki

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Munch By Steffen Kverneland

Steffen Kverneland ì 6 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD ¹ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ì Steffen Kverneland FREE DOWNLOAD Munch By Steffen Kverneland ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB G som krever en kunstner som til de grader behersker både mediets billedkunstneriske aspekter og den spesielle fortellerteknikken som ligger i tegneseriens kraftVed siden av å være en glimrende innføring i Munchs liv og verk er boken et gruppeportrett av den kunstneriske bohemen fra Skandinavia ved århundreskiftet en periode der modernismen på mange måter ble skapt og definert av nordiske kunstnere Den er slik også en viktig kulturhistorisk påminnelse gjort med et fantastisk kunstnerisk oversku. Munch life was full of alcohol friendships and women which served as a great inspiration for his paintings and makes for an interesting and exciting read for us You could say that the alcohol sometimes distorted his memory of events and that the alcohol fueled his somewhat insane insubordinate and self destructive personality His controversial work was loved by many but loathed by even many leading to exhibitions being cancelled even before they startedIt s not all insanity in this book though Kverneland did a lot of research that shows in the number of sources he used and uoted from such as the aforementioned Strindberg which is a true achievement in itself Correspondence between Munch and his aunt show a different side of him than his alcohol fueled nightly escapades I loved the artwork too The characters are portrayed in uite a cartoony way but that really brings these characters and their emotions to life and shows Kverneland s obvious sense of humour or lack thereof I suppose Munch artwork was very diverse and so is Kverneland s The way in which he adapts his skills to the stage where Munch s life and paintings fare are a reflection of the chameleon like ability Kverneland hasFor a full review check out Ni bestias ni dioses us You could say that the alcohol sometimes distorted his memory of events and that the alcohol fueled his somewhat insane insubordinate and self destructive personality His controversial work was loved by many but loathed by even many leading to exhibitions being cancelled even before they startedIt s not all insanity in this book though Kverneland did a lot of research that shows in the number of sources he Ek Chithrha Sukh used and Mapa Regional Castilla y León, Madrid uoted from such as the aforementioned Strindberg which is a true achievement in itself Correspondence between Munch and his aunt show a different side of him than his alcohol fueled nightly escapades I loved the artwork too The characters are portrayed in

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Steffen Kverneland ì 6 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD ¹ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ì Steffen Kverneland FREE DOWNLOAD Munch By Steffen Kverneland ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Steffen Kvernelands Munch er en biografi i tegneserieform Framstillingen er gjort på bakgrunn av sitater fra Munchs egne skrifter og samtidige skildringer fra Munchs liv og karriere Steffen Kverneland er en av landets aller fremste tegneseriekunstnere og har med dette verket løftet mediet til et nytt nivåPå de første sidene i boken presenterer Kverneland sitt «Manifest» at han er lei av biografier som følger objektet fra vugge til grav med diktet innlevelse som som regel er basert på omskrevne. SCREAMADELICAAt this point the Goodreads star rating system breaks down completelyFor beauty exuberance glorious graphic art and all round awesomeness FIVE FANTABULOUS STARSFor narrative interest and coherence a poxy TWO STARS and that is being generousWhy this bizarre discombobulation Because Steffan Kverneland is a great artist with no idea of what makes a story worth telling or interesting than my cat Hatter In this magnificent book Munch moans on about life I don t know how my nerves tolerated it I sat there at the table and could never bring myself to say a wordmoans on about his family Why had I not told him everything then he would have understood why I was so impetuous so nervous so often unyielding and callous why had I not remained home when he asked me toStrikes poses I saw all the people behind their masks smiling phlegmatic subdued faces I saw through them and there was suffering in them all pale corpses who restlessly scurried about along a tortuous road whose end was the graveAnd drinks with his mates and drinks alone in his bed and paints rather a lot and then does it all again And again He s a right pompous bore Now that may not be so bad we have enjoyed books that sound remarkably like this Earthly Powers But Steffen makes a for me disastrous editorial decision which he explains in the introduction I want to hear Munch s and Strindberg s own voicesI ll make my own Dogme rule the entire text has to be made up of the authentic uotes and it s strictly forbidden to rewrite or add anything yourselfSo pages of great graphics art with stilted melodramatic Munchtalk The man reels deeper and deeper into the abyss unresisting powerless and rejoicing at the prospect of being able to tumble as passively as a stone And yet he cannot escape the vampire nor the pain And the woman will be there for all eternity biting him with a thousand serpent tongues with a thousand venomous fangsSo all right we get that Munch was a big fan of Edgar Allen Poe A lot of people were But you know spare me For me unlike for Steffan Munch s voice and those of his cronies was stilted screechy artificial and wearing I hated him and I hated the lot of them Of course the paintings of Edvard Much are stunning sick and utterly scrummy That is a technical art termEgMunch is not the first great artist who was a jerk So the only reason to get this book is because of the 275 pages of wonderful art you see how difficult this book is to rate I have slagged off Steffan s Munch in his own words concept but at various points in the book Steffan and his friend Lars Fiske break into the story and appear as themselves discussing Munch drinking a whole lot and visiting Munch related places as two fans would do These parts are really fun They say stuff like The Scream is kinda like a mental self portrait Munch distilled the raw angst he felt on the hillside over there into a bald embryo dude It s the sickest self portrait ever like Ben Kingsley with planets for eyesThe whole book should have been the other way round with Steffan and Lars being the main characters and Munch popping up here and there The other brilliant thing SK does is effortlessly create panels and pages in about five or six completely different styles from photorealism to comedy cartooning I loved all thatFinally one continually disconcerting aspect to the whole thing was the resemblance between Munch as Basil FawltyEdvard Munch as portrayed by Steffen KvernelandBasil FawltyIf you re not a fan of that sitcom this will not bother you but if you are it s kind of weird to see Basil Fawlty painting The Scream But the hell with it this book is wrongheaded but it s just great So 5 stars for Steffan

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Steffen Kverneland ì 6 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD ¹ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ì Steffen Kverneland FREE DOWNLOAD Munch By Steffen Kverneland ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Kilder I stedet har Kverneland kun brukt sitater fra Munch og hans samtid og illustrert både de ofte hysterisk morsomme tildragelsene fra bohemlivet og de sjelegranskende scenende fra hans eget liv og fra familien som var hjemsøkt av mye sykdom og dødI tillegg går Kverneland inn i Munchs kunstneriske prosess han gjenskaper Munchs bilder i stedet for å bringe inn faksimiler og dette gjør faktisk at man kommer mye nærmere kunsten Det er en utnyttelse av tegneserieformatet som er helt eksepsjonell o. A straightforward tale that shows the brilliance of Munch and the brilliance of Steffen KvernelandI m a big fan of the Art Masters series Pablo Gauguin The Other World Art Masters Series and look forward to reading VincentThis series takes an artist and tells their own tale employing their own techniue to illustrate the panelsSome like Gauguin The Other World Art Masters Series have a straightforward style because Gauguin had one styleSome like Pablo were difficult because Pablo Picasso had so many stylesMunch by Steffen Kverneland tells the tale of Edvard Munch and it is partially a cartoon style with shades of Munch s backgrounds and often characters as wellOne of the many many things I loved about this book is that it is straightforward though in a uniue wayIt tells the tale of Edvard Munch and wraps it in Kverneland s own tale of the 7 years it took him to write thisKverneland can surprise he ll do many pages of Munch and his friends in a straightforward comic style and then hit you with a full page interpretation of one of Munch s worksOr Kverneland will put in a photo of himself on his journey to understanding Munch which provides an euivalent impactSo yes the book jumps around with style and even a timeline But it is still straightforward It let s Munch s intensity push through in the right way and by the end you feel as if you know himI d recommend this to anyone whether you are a fan of Munch or like me you would like to be And I d also like to thank Steffen Kverneland he has done Munch and this world a great service Munch might be hard to understand but Kverneland took him and brought him to usIn short I recommend this book to anyone Mapa Regional Castilla y León, Madrid utnyttelse av tegneserieformatet som er helt eksepsjonell o. A straightforward tale that shows the brilliance of Munch and the brilliance of Steffen KvernelandI m a big fan of the Art Masters series Pablo Gauguin The Other World Art Masters Series and look forward to reading VincentThis series takes an artist and tells their own tale employing their own techniue to illustrate the panelsSome like Gauguin The Other World Art Masters Series have a straightforward style because Gauguin had one styleSome like Pablo were difficult because Pablo Picasso had so many stylesMunch by Steffen Kverneland tells the tale of Edvard Munch and it is partially a cartoon style with shades of Munch s backgrounds and often characters as wellOne of the many many things I loved about this book is that it is straightforward though in a A lingua de fora understanding Munch which provides an euivalent impactSo yes the book jumps around with style and even a timeline But it is still straightforward It let s Munch s intensity push through in the right way and by the end you feel as if you know himI d recommend this to anyone whether you are a fan of Munch or like me you would like to be And I d also like to thank Steffen Kverneland he has done Munch and this world a great service Munch might be hard to La belle au bois dormant usIn short I recommend this book to anyone