The Frieze Of Life

The Frieze Of Life

Was first exhibited under the title Frieze of Life at the Berlin Secession in 1902.
The Frieze draws deeply on personal experience, its themes are universal: it is not about particular men or women but about man and woman in general, and about the human experience of the great elemental forces of nature. Seen in sequence, an implicit narrative emerges of love’s awakening, blossoming, and withering, followed by despair and death

(text from Britannica)

1. Starry Night (1893)
2. The Voice (1896)
3. Madonna (1894)
4. The Dance Of Life (1899-1900)
5. Women In Three Stages (1894)
6. Melancholy (1894-96)
7. Anxiety (1894)
9. The Scream (1893)
9. Death In The Sickroom (1893)
10. The Sun (1909)