His paintings reflect his tragedies and failures that transcribe the reality and record the impact of a personal experience. These pieces of art transmit emotional sensation as a result of the natural contemporary issues.
The visionary power is enhanced by the incorporation of the lyrical and romantic aspects in his work. Munch was concerned with expressing humanity and consciousness in art by incorporating the injustices and relationships experienced by living people. The “Frieze of Life” has the sensation of love between men and women that is a force of nature (20). The painting has a narrative of awakening love that blossoms and withers, and ends with despair and death. The “Kiss” also depicts a woman and man locked in a passionate embrace. These paintings reflect the reconstituted subjectivity of the natural world where people experience love naturally and the feeling is shattered by death. Love, death, suffering, and illnesses are aspects of the current society illustrated in the work of Munch. The ability to intertwine reality and art has gained Munch popularity in modern