To walk in Edvard Munch’s shoes

An artist’s life journey CYNTHIA ELYCE RUBIN Travel Editor The Norwegian American If you like the work of Edvard Munch, and if you want to learn more about what influenced him, trace his life, and reflect on how his legacy continues to evolve, then a walking tour in Oslo is for you. Munch was born in a farmhouse in the village of Ådalsbruk in Løten in 1863 to Laura Catherine Bjølstad and Christian Munch, son of a priest. Christian was a doctor and medical officer when he married Laura in 1861. Munch would have an older sister, Johanne Sophie and three younger siblings, Peter Andreas, Laura Catherine, and Inger Marie. Laura was artistically inclined and certainly enc
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Cynthia Elyce Rubin

Cynthia Elyce Rubin, PhD., is a visual culture specialist, travel writer, and author of articles and books on decorative arts, folk art, and postcard history. She collects postcards, ephemera, and early photography. See

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