vrijdag, februari 03, 2017
Edvard Munch's "Ekely"
Construction of the villa, 1897.
"In the beginning of 1916, the 53-year-old Edvard Munch acquired the well-kept smallholding Ekely, by Skøyen in the parish of Vestre Aker in the outskirts of Christiania, Oslo’s name at the time. Munch soon took up residence here, having lived for nearly three years on the peninsula of Jeløya outside the city of Moss."
Interior of the house.
Winter studio, build in 1928-1929, with open air studio wall.
Winter studio interior.
The northern and southern studios.
The villa of Ekely was demolished in 1960. (foto's uit de video Edvard Munch's "Ekely", bron video: YouTube)
Enkele foto's zijn al in eerdere posts gebruikt (hk).