The Munch 150 exhibition, held between June 2 and October 13, marked the 150th anniversary of the birth of the painter, who is most famous for his angst-filled expressionist masterpiece, The Scream.
"This exceeds our wildest dreams. You could not hope for a stronger demonstration of Edvard Munch's continuing importance for our times," said Stein Olav Henrichsen, director of the Munch Museum, which co-hosted the exhibition with the National Museum.
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A total of 485,000 people saw the exhibition, which was billed as "the most comprehensive presentation of Munch's work ever displayed".