Renowned Edvard Munch art meets pillows in blue and orange by KBMD3signs. Various patterned pillows embellish living room decor with the focus on nine artworks by the expressionist painter.
Nine Edvard Munch Art Prints
- Landscape Of Krogero
- Girls Picking Apples
- Madonna 2
- The Scream
- The Yellow Log
- The Voice, Summer Night
- The Sun
- Shore With Red House
About the Norwegian Painter Edvard Munch
The Norwegian painter Edvard Munch was born in Adalsbruk, Loten, Norway, in 1863 on the 12th, of December. Aged 80, the artist died in Oslo on January 23 in 1944.
As a well-known expressionist, his painting The scream reached internationally iconic status.
“In my art, I attempt to explain life and its meaning to myself.”
Entry in Edvard Munch’s Diary
Landscape Of Kragero, 1912
An energetic art print, Landscape Of Kragero by Edvard Munch, brings the scene to life in coral and turquoise blue with grass-green sloping hills. The modern and friendly wall decor complements a pair of throw pillows with a jagged pattern in blue and orange.
A dark mythical painting titled Vampire comes to life with the orange-red hair of the woman holding a man. Two pillows, one in blue and one in orange, set the energizing accent of the seating furniture.
Girls Picking Apples, 1915
A light-hearted art print with a summer scene, Girls Picking Apples by Edvard Munch makes the wall decor in the living room decoration. Two pillows with a layer pattern design, one in blue and one in orange, accessorize the white armchair.
Madonna 2, 1895-1902
Dark and mysterious describes the art print of Madonna 2 with a light female torso stepping forward from the dark and into a red-orange frame. The art piece decorates the wall and, an orange and blue pixel patterned throw pillow embellishes the armchair.
The Scream, 1895, 2nd 1910
The iconic art print The Scream where a screaming person with an expression of fear set into a fiery sunset sky decorates the wall. To complement the surrounding landscape with energetic brushstrokes, two pillows with wave patterns complement the furniture. One is blue meanwhile the second one is orange.
The Yellow Log, 1911
A modern living room wall decor focuses on an art print showing a peaceful winter forest scene, The Yellow Log. Additionally, throw pillows, one in orange and one in blue with a checker and stripes pattern accent the furniture.
The Voice, Summer Night, 1896
A serene living room decor focuses on the artwork The Voice, Summer Night by the artist. A san accent box patterned throw pillows in blue and orange decorates the armchair.
The Sun, 1910
A beautiful painting of the sun with energetic brushstrokes is in the focus of this living room decor. As furniture supplement serve two pillows with an angular pattern, one in blue and one in orange. Both support the joyful expression of the art piece.
Shore With Red House, 1904
A masterful landscape perspective presents the artwork Shore With Red House starting with a close-up of scattered stones along the water and guiding the eye into the distance to a red building. Two geometric patterned throw pillows with fragmented circles in blue and orange accent the armchair.
Did the artist spike your interest? Then visit www.edvard-munch.org
Why choose Blue and Orange Home decor
The outcome of complementary colors in your home decor is vivid and energizing. Also, each color brings its innate effect, such as calming for blue and uplifting for orange.
Color It Your Way! You Saw A Pillow Print Pattern Design, And The Coloration Is Off?
Fortunate for you KBM D3sings creates surface patterns that allow the modification of its fill color.
In short, the designs come in ten colorations in addition to black and white. So check them out. If none works for you, then color it your way. Apart from square pillows, each design includes round and oblong cushions, round and cubed comforters, and blankets. Yet, it is not limited to these.
For instructions about revising the fill color, please follow the link: desktop devices or mobile devices. If you require hands-on help, product expansion, or you would like a custom design contact us directly on Telegram https://t.me/kbmd3signs_chat.
At KBM D3signs, we love feedback, so please feel free to post your color and decor idea.