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Signed recto, lower right, in graphite: "E Munch"; in stone, lower center: "Geschrei"; bottom right: "Ich fuhlte das grosse Geschrei durch die Natur"
Image: 35.5 × 25.3 cm (14 × 10 in.); Sheet: 51 × 38.5 cm (20 1/8 × 15 3/16 in.)
Clarence Buckingham Collection
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Gustav Schiefler,Verzeichnis des graphischen Werks Edvard Munchs bis 1906 (Berlin, 1907), p. 49, no. 32.
Gustav Schiefler, Edvard Munchs graphische Kunst (Dresden, 1923), p. 20, no. 32, pl. 18.
Werner Timm, The Graphic Art of Edvard Munch, trans. by Ruth Michaelis-Jena with Patrick Murra (Greenwich, Conn., 1969), pp. 70 and 310, no. 28 (ill.).
Gerd Woll, Edvard Munch: The Complete Graphic Works (New York, 2001), p. 69, no. 38 (ill.).
The Pictoral World of the Child (Cambridge, 2005).
The Art Institute of Chicago, January 22-May 1, 1994.
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Becoming Edvard Munch: Influence, Anxiety and Myth”, February 14-April 26, 2009, pp. 89, 93, fig. 94, cat. by Jay A. Clarke
Sold by Allan Frumkin Gallery, Chicago, to the Art Institute, 1963.
Woll 38 B
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