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Caspar David Friedrich Landscape with Solitary Tree (mk10) oil painting


Landscape with Solitary Tree (mk10)
Painting ID::  21764
Caspar David Friedrich
Landscape with Solitary Tree (mk10)
1822 Oil on canvas, 55 x 71 cm Berlin,Nationalgalerie

   
   
     

Caspar David Friedrich Mist Rising in the Riesengebirge (mk10) oil painting


Mist Rising in the Riesengebirge (mk10)
Painting ID::  21768
Caspar David Friedrich
Mist Rising in the Riesengebirge (mk10)
1820 Oil on canvas,54.9 x 70.3 cm Munich,Neue Pinakothek

   
   
     

Caspar David Friedrich Moonlit Night with Boats on the Baltic Sea (mk10) oil painting


Moonlit Night with Boats on the Baltic Sea (mk10)
Painting ID::  21779
Caspar David Friedrich
Moonlit Night with Boats on the Baltic Sea (mk10)
1818,Oil on canvas 23 x 31.5 cm Bbach bei Schafer Collection

   
   
     

Caspar David Friedrich Wanderer above the Sea of Fog (mk10) oil painting


Wanderer above the Sea of Fog (mk10)
Painting ID::  21780
Caspar David Friedrich
Wanderer above the Sea of Fog (mk10)
1818,oil on canvas 74.8 x 94.8 cm Hamburg,Kunsthalle

   
   
     

Caspar David Friedrich Cross in the Mountains (mk10) oil painting


Cross in the Mountains (mk10)
Painting ID::  21787
Caspar David Friedrich
Cross in the Mountains (mk10)
1812 Oil on canvas 44.5 x 37.5 cm Dusseldorf,Kunstmuseum

   
   
     

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     Caspar David Friedrich
     1774-1840 Caspar David Friedrich Locations German painter, studied art at Copenhagen, and in 1798 settled in Dresden. Friedrich painted chiefly landscapes and seascapes, with and without figures, architectural pictures, including a few of Dresden, and some religious subjects. Religious feeling and symbolism permeate his œuvre, of which the seascape with figures, Die Lebensstufen, is a characteristic example. He possessed considerable power to convey mood in landscape. Almost forgotten in the 19th c. and early 20th c., interest in his work increased considerably in the mid-20th c. He is hardly represented in Britain, but an exhibition of 112 of his pictures at the Tate Gallery in 1972 attracted much attention. F. G. Kersting was a friend of Friedrich.

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