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A picture I like is "The Scream", by Edvard Munch. This picture is not conventional at all: it is very atmospheric, and you feel oppressed when you look at it. The artist used bold colours, a combination of orange, yellow, blue and black. The representation is not completely abstract, but it's not realistic, either. The main character looks like a man, but it's ambiguous. This character is the centrepiece of the painting. He is screaming and covering his ears with his open hands. Why he is screaming, we don't know. He is standing on a kind of platform, it could well be a bridge, or perhaps a peer. In the background we see two tall dark figures. They seem to be walking towards the man. The face of the figure is not executed with precision, it looks like the face a child would draw. Surprisingly, it conveys a feeling of fear and shock. I love the colours, the curved lines and the feeling it evokes.