Links

Reviews of Strindberg: A Life

Sam Leith in The Spectator (17th March 2012)

Claudia FitzHerbert in The Telegraph (2nd March 2012)

Tim Auld in The Sunday Telegraph (19th March 2012)

Robert Carver in The Tablet (12th April 2012)

On the sale of The Scream

Iconic angst: Edvard Munch’s The Scream from The Economist (by Sue Prideaux)

The inside story of the $120 million ‘Scream’ (interview with Sue Prideaux)

Recent writing

Article for Tate Etc. on Munch and photography

The Munch Museum – Oslo, Norway www.munch.museum.no
The Rolf E. Stenersen Collection – Oslo, Norway www.stenersen.museum.no
The National Gallery – Oslo, Norway www.nasjonalmuseet.no
The Bergen Art Museum – Bergen, Norway www.bergenartmuseum.no
The National Gallery – Stockholm. www.nationalmuseum.se
Theilska Galleriet – Stockholm. www.thielska-galleriet.a.se
Kunstmuseum Basel – Switzerland. www.kunstmuseumbasel.ch
J.Paul Getty Museum – Malibu (to view Starry Night) www.getty.edu/museum
The Sick Child is one of the very few Munch paintings in public ownership in the UK. It is in the collection of the Tate Gallery and may be viewed by appointment if it is not on currently display. www.tate.org.uk/modern
Royal Academy of Arts – London www.royalacademy.org.uk
MoMA (Museum of  Modern Art) – New York www.moma.org
Museum for Religious Art Torshavn, Denmark www.mus-rel-kunst.dk
Henie – Onstad Kunstsenter – Høvikodden, Norway www.hok.no
The Strindberg Museum – Stockholm. www.strindbergsmuseet.se
The Ibsen Museum – Oslo. www.ibsen.net
The World Monuments Fund www.worldmonuments.org

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