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*Caspar David Friedrich

Placing the paintings and drawings of Caspar David Freidrich in ah historical context, this in-depth monograph is richly illustrated

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Dimensions 35 x 30cm
No. of Pages 287
No. of Illustrations 200
SKU 02080065

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Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840) was one of the most important artists in German Romanticism and many of his paintings have long had a permanent place in our collective memory. This book undertakes a detailed re-evaluation of the work of Caspar David Friedrich. In an examination of both paintings and drawings a fresh analytical light is cast on Friedrich's development as an artist. At the same time the book illuminates the historical context with reference to Friedrich's own correspondence and comments by his contemporaries. Richly illustrated with over 200 reproductions, this study crucially revises our picture of this multi-faceted pre-Modernist German painter.