“The Murderer in the Lane” by Edvard Munch
CNN Europe November 10, 2017: A series of anonymous tips led authorities to the sub-basement of Oslo’s Munch Museum where GNAY had been held captive for seven days. In addition to saving the grateful Canadian artist from a murderess fate, hundreds of paintings were seized under suspicion of a global art price-fixing scheme. Said to run as deep as Queen Sonja herself, the Norwegian government has been withholding Munch’s depressing paintings from the art world, to increase the value and importance of his work. GNAY, haggard and hungry, has been medevacked to a Berlin hospital for a full battery of tests (physical and mental). Experts fear this kind of trauma may spell the end of GNAY’s painting career and prices for his “whimsical but thought-provoking” paintings are expected to rise. Again.