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Caspar David Friedrich
Caspar David
 Friedrich
1774−1840
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The development of the genre from antiquity to the present day: how did religion and the invention of oil painting contribute to the development of the genre in Europe, and why is the Hudson River so important?
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Caspar David Friedrich. Owl on a grave
Owl on a grave
Caspar David Friedrich
1837, 25.9×22.2 cm
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Caspar David Friedrich. Greifswald in moonlight
Greifswald in moonlight
Caspar David Friedrich
1817, 23×31 cm
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Caspar David Friedrich. Sea beach with fisherman (The fisherman)
Sea beach with fisherman (The fisherman)
Caspar David Friedrich
1807, 34.5×51 cm
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Caspar David Friedrich. Tetschen Altar
Tetschen Altar
Caspar David Friedrich
1808, 115×110 cm
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Caspar David Friedrich. Wanderer above the Sea of Fog
Wanderer above the Sea of Fog
Caspar David Friedrich
1818, 94.8×74.8 cm
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Light or dark, open or closed – the window opening as an architectural element in the paintings of artists serves not only as the background or accent of the composition, but also as a metaphor for hope, change, and step into the unknown. Let's look at the painters' windows and find out what symbols they reveal!
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Caspar David Friedrich. Landscape with majestic mountains
Caspar David Friedrich. Morning fog in the mountains
Caspar David Friedrich. Moonrise on the sea
Caspar David Friedrich. Landscape in the Silesian Mountains
Caspar David Friedrich. View of the Elbe Valley
Caspar David Friedrich. Gorge
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