Caspar David Friedrich

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Caspar David Friedrich

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German Romantic painter, draftsman, etcher and watercolorist

Born 1774 - Died 1840

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Wanderer above the Sea of Fog

1818

Oil on canvas

94 x 74.8 cms | 37 x 29 1/4 ins

Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany

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Mondaufgang am Meer

Moonrise over the Sea

1822

Oil on canvas

55 x 71 cms | 21 1/2 x 27 3/4 ins

Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany

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The Life Stages

1835

Oil on canvas

75.2 x 94 cms | 29 1/2 x 37 ins

Museum der Bildenden Kunste, Leipzig, Germany

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Abbey in an Oak Forest

1809-1810

Oil on canvas

Schloss Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany

Credit: Carol Gerten Fine Art Index

Monastery Graveyard in the Snow

1817-1819

Oil on canvas

121 x 170 cms | 47 1/2 x 66 3/4 ins

Location unknown, ,

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A Walk at Dusk

Man Contemplating a Megalith

circa 1830-circa 1835

Oil on canvas

33.3 x 43.7 cms | 13 x 17 ins

J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, United States

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The Dreamer

Oil on canvas

68.6 x 53.3 cms | 27 x 21 ins

Hermitage, St Petersburg, Russian Federation

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Landscape with Solitary Tree

1822

Oil on canvas

55 x 71 cms | 21 1/2 x 27 3/4 ins

Staatliches Lindenau Museum, Altenburg, Germany

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Der einsame Baum

Village Landscape in Morning Light

The Lone Tree

1822

Oil on canvas

55 x 71 cms | 21 1/2 x 27 3/4 ins

Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany

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The Sea of Ice

1824

Oil on canvas

96.7 x 126.9 cms | 38 x 49 3/4 ins

Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany

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Mode

10 May 2018 to 16 September 2018

Wanderlust From Caspar David Friedrich to Auguste Renoir


Bodestrasse, Berlin, 10178


With Rousseau’s call to get “back to nature!” and Goethe’s Sturm und Drang poetry, wandering around 1800 became the expression of a modern awareness of life. As part of a reaction against the rapid social changes that began in the French Revolution, a new form of decelerated self- and world knowledge developed, whose presence can still be felt today.