Caspar David Friedrich - 'Wanderer Over the Sea of Fog

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Caspar David Friedrich  Uttenwalder reason (1825)  70 x 91 cm   Linz, Neue Galerie

Caspar David Friedrich Uttenwalder reason 70 x 91 cm Linz, Neue Galerie. One of my favorite artists.

Caspar David Friedrich's Chalk Cliffs on Rügen - Caspar David Friedrich - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Caspar David Friedrich - Chalk Cliffs on Rügen (Kreidefelsen auf Rügen)

Caspar David Friedrich, Chasseur im Walde (1814).  A dismounted French cavalryman, enveloped by German forest, is confronted by a raven.

in-the-middle-earth: Caspar David Friedrich, Chasseur im Walde A dismounted French cavalryman, enveloped by German forest, is confronted by a raven. Commentary by Albert Boime here.

I'm a Romantic.Caspar Friedrich, one of my favorite artist of 1800. "Dreamer" by Casper Friedrich

Dreamer - Caspar David Friedrich

"The Sea of Ice" by Caspar David Friedrich, 1824

The Sea of Ice (German: Das Eismeer), also called The Wreck of Hope (German: Die gescheiterte Hoffnung) is an oil painting of by the German Romantic artist Caspar David Friedrich.

An artist in his studio contemplating a moonlit street from his opened window, After Caspar David Friedrich.

sakrogoat: Caspar David Friedrich - An Artist In His Studio Contemplating A Moonlit Street From His Opened Window

Casper Friedrich- Abbey in the Oakwood. LOVE this one! Look at his use of light and shadow- ridiculously exciting and strong!

L abbaye dans le Oakwood, huile sur toile de Caspar David Friedrich Germany)

19 Century Romanticism Artists Names | Moonrise over the Sea, 1822, Caspar David Friedrich

The Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin

“Cathedral in Winter” by Caspar David Friedrich

Cathedral in Winter by Ernst Ferdinand Oehme, German watercolorist and landscape painter, Influenced by Caspar David Frederick and student in the Dresden Art Academy of Dresden, Germany. This watercolor is especially nice for its quiet solit

Woman at a Window - Caspar David Friedrich, 1822. Four years after his wedding, Friedrich painted this picture of his wife Caroline at the window of their house in Dresden, overlooking the River Elbe.

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Caspar David Friedrich - "Frau am Fenster (Woman at a Window)" [The artist's wife, Caroline Friedrich, in his studio in Dresden 'An der Elbe 1822 - Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin

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