Edvard munch’s personal fears and anxieties inspired his painting the scream. which aesthetic theory does the scream adhere to?

Edvard munch’s private fears and anxieties impressed his portray the scream. which aesthetic principle does the scream adhere to?

Reply 1

The aesthetic principle does the scream adhere to is emotionalism. It’s principle also called emotionalism stresses the expressive qualities in an paintings. The primary objective is to vividly talk moods, emotions and concepts to the viewer.   Hope it helps.

Reply 2

Emotionalism

Reply 3

A. emotionalism Clarification: thats the right reply

Reply 4

Answeremotionalism

Reply 5

Reduce my face off and di

Reply 6

The reply is emotionalism

Reply 7

emotionalism formalism imitationalism

Reply 8

Edvard Munch’s private fears and anxieties impressed his portray The Scream. The portray expresses the profound concern that came visiting the character out of the blue which in actuality the painter says to have felt. It portrays the gripping concern that left him in shock and unable to make a transfer, with solely a ear piercing scream popping out of his mouth. There’s something unworldly concerning the fright within the portray.

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