Zoom The Cross Beside The Baltic Caspar David Friedrich ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction
Zoom The Cross Beside The Baltic Caspar David Friedrich ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction
Zoom The Cross Beside The Baltic Caspar David Friedrich ReplicArt Oil Painting Reproduction

The Cross Beside The Baltic

In Friedrich's art, one can perceive a desire to recreate the experience of the divine in the earthly world, outside of traditional codes. The divine is often represented through a cross. It is a particular vision of nature and faith that the painter gives us. The landscape becomes the mirror of the soul, exploring the unknown lands of the unconscious and beyond. Romanticism can therefore be considered as an internalized vision of the world and oneself.

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Caspar David Friedrich

Master of the bleak landscape, Caspar David Friedrich (1774–1840), is one of the actors of German romanticism. This contemporary of Johan Wolfgang Von Goethe did not have an easy life, continually peppered with mourning. In search of transcendence, the artist is known for representing nature in its mystical and spiritual dimensions. More than beauty, the sublime is in question in the works of Caspar Friedrich, very far from the realist currents expressed in the schools of the landscape at that time in France and England.

Original artwork details

Current location: Charlottenburg Palace

Original size: 17.7 x 13.2 in (45 x 33.5 cm)

Date created: 1815

Art movement: Romanticism

Painting and Framing

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Stretching & Framing

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Rolled canvas

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