Save the Date: Caspar David Friedrich. Infinite Landscapes at Alte Nationalgalerie

12 Mar 2024

by ArtRabbit

Celebrating Caspar David Friedrich's 250th anniversary, "Infinite Landscapes" at Alte Nationalgalerie showcases over 100 works, highlighting his role as a pioneer of Modernity

Celebrating Caspar David Friedrich's 250th birth anniversary, the Alte Nationalgalerie’s "Infinite Landscapes" will be showcasing 60 paintings and 50 drawings from home and abroad, including his world-famous works. Overlooked in the late 19th century, Friedrich was rediscovered in the early 20th century. His landscapes inspired the setting for Walt Disney's Bambi, and despite the controversial admiration by the Nazis (they loved his landscapes’ emptiness and mysticisms), his role as a pioneer of Modernity is palpable. Notably, "Monk by the Sea" and "Abbey in the Oak Forest" will be on display in Berlin, making the visit truly worthwhile. Opening on 19 Apr 2024.

Tickets: €12/Concessions €6 / Book Tickets

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