Munch Paintings Recovered

August 31, 2006 · Print This Article

After 2 years of searching throughout Europe, Edvard Munch’s two paintings, “The Scream” (one of many editions) and “Madonna” have been recovered, found in an undisclosed location somewhere in Norway.

More surprising then the fact that the works were found in Norway (rumor has it in Oslo itself) they are in surprisingly good shape considering the destructive manor in which the works were ripped from the wall, kicked from their frame & thrown in a car.

Even less known is that the only damage was to “Madonna” when one of the thieves poked a hole in the mouth area and proceeded to tell his friend in the back seat in Norwegian “Hey Mikey. give me a wet lickery kiss!”

2 thoughts on “Munch Paintings Recovered”

  1. Name Withheld says:

    I know someone third-hand who was room-mates with Chris Farley in undergrad and he apparently had a poster of the Pope with a whole cut in the mouth, he would stick his genitals through the hole from the back side of the poster and walk around the house at parties. Apparently it was quite hilarious.

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