I wrote about his early work here, and dealt with his 1906 take on Mrs. Schwarz here.
The present post deals with paintings Munch made during the last decade or so of this life, during which he was experiencing vision problems of varying severity.
Munch tended to paint thinly over much of his career, especially so during his later years. In part this might be because, stylistically, his paintings were often little more than sketches. Another possible factor would have been that by painting thinly, his expenses for paint were minimized for his generally fairly large canvasses.