oil, tempera and pastel on cardboard
National Gallery in Oslo, Norway
Why would someone scream? Have you ever wondered that? I certainly have. It is something that has bothered me since my birth, if not before. A scream is loud and sometimes startling. Well, wonder no more. You will now discover some of the reasons for screaming people! Aughhhhhh!!!! Not sure why I screamed just then. Aughhhhhh!!!! Or then.
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Speech Bubbles in Art History Curriculum
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