German Romantic Painting
The early 19th century was a period in German art in which painting played a significant part in the cultural resurgence commonly known as the Romantic Movement. This Movement and some of its chief exponents are examined against a background of German literature, philosophy and music.
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The Painters Germany 180050
Classicism and Expression
Philipp Otto Runge
Caspar David Friedrich
Friedrich the Modern Painter
Friedrichs Followers and Imitators
Naturalism and the Naive
Academy achievement Adolph von Menzel Adrian Ludwig Richter Alfred Rethel allegory artist became Berlin West Biedermeier Blechen brother Carl Carl Blechen Carstens Carus Caspar David Friedrich century Christian classical colour contemporary Copenhagen Cornelius Cornelius's culture Dahl death depicted Diirer Diisseldorf drawings Dresden early effect emphasized encouraged engravings exhibited fairy-tale felt Ferdinand figures foreground Frankfurt Franz Franz Pforr French frescoes Friedrich Schlegel Gallery genre German Goethe Goethe's Gothic Hamburg ideal illustrations interest Johann Koch Kunsthalle landscape painting Leipzig light medieval Menzel monumental Moritz von Schwind Morning Mountains movement Munich mural Museen PreuBischer Kulturbesitz Museum mystic Nationalgalerie nature Nazarenes Overbeck painter Peter von Cornelius Pforr Philipp Otto Runge picture Plate poet portrait Prussian religious revivalist Riepenhausens Romantic Rome Runge's scenes Schinkel Schlegel Schnorr sense sepia shows spiritual Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Staatliche Museen PreuBischer studies style symbolism theme tradition Vienna Weimar Wilhelm Wood-engraving