Edvard Munch’s personal fears and anxieties impressed his interpretation of The Scream. what aesthetic principle does the cry adhere to?
The aesthetic principle to which the cry adheres is emotivity. Its principle, also called emotivity, emphasizes the expressive qualities of a painting. The main objective is to vividly speak of moods, emotions and concepts to the viewer. Hope this helps.
A. Clarification on emotionality: this is the correct answer
Shrink my face and say
The answer is emotion
emotivity formalism imitationalism
Edvard Munch’s particular fears and anxieties impressed his interpretation of The Scream. The portrait expresses the deep concern that came to visit the figure out of nowhere, which the painter actually says he felt. It depicts the throbbing worry that left him reeling and unable to transfer, with only a piercing scream coming from his mouth. There is something supernatural in the fright of the portrait.