Friedrich, Caspar David REPRODUCTIONS DETAILS
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Sea of Ice ( Oil Painting Reproduction Detail )
What sets Friedrich paintings apart is his transformation of the landscape into symbolic meanings, often religious. His painting scenes are often empty of people, mysterious ravines, threatening cliffs, and a terrifying sea of ice. In these paintings, nature emerges not as some benign environment for mankind, but as a frightening threat to man's stability.