I just grabbed it off google images. It appears to be the original one by edvard munch and is not touched up in anyway or altered. I could buy a poster if that'll let me reproduce it. Thanks for the responses.
That's the problem. The Scream
might not be subject to copyright protection any more, but the photos of The Scream
that the museum posts or turns into posters are
protected. If you copy of photo of The Scream
, therefore, you're potentially violating the rights of the photo's owner. What this means, in practice, is that you can take your own photo of The Scream
and sell it, but you can't take someone else's photo of The Scream
and sell it. I can go to the Art Institute of Chicago and take a photo of La Grande Jatte
and hawk it on a website, but I can't take the Art Institute's photo of that painting and try to sell it.