Mondaufgang am Meer by Caspar David Friedrich

Mondaufgang am Meer

(Moonrise at the sea)

Caspar David Friedrich

Romantic  ·  landscapes  ·  Our favourites
women · melancholy · coast · sunset · beach · shore · ocean · loss · boat · nature
Mondaufgang am Meer by Caspar David Friedrich
1822   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 23585
   Add to favorites


06.01.2021
Uli H.
Art Print on FineArt Photo Matte, 31cm x 24cm.


04.03.2021
Vera S.
Art Print on FineArt Photo Matte, 27cm x 21cm.
In creating this painting, Caspar David Friedrich focused on the moonrise. This is the only source of light in "Moonrise at the Sea" and thus makes all other aspects of the picture shine in its splendor. Thus, in spite of the relative darkness, a variety of colors that extend over the entire screen are apparent.

Only in the foreground is the light of the moon barely arrived. The viewer gets a glimpse of the coarse rock outlines on the shores of the sea. Large and small brownish stones are visible here. Right in the middle of the picture is the biggest rock. On this rock sit three people whose countenance shines in the moonlight. There is a man with a hat next to two women. Separated, these three people are through a small gap between the man and the woman sitting right. The moonlight illuminates their bodies so strongly that at least the reddish color of the women's skirts and the blue tops are perceptible. All three persons seem to look longingly out to the sea. It is not entirely clear whether they are surveying the moonrise and the resulting colors or the two sailing ships that are approaching the coast. These two ships are clearly visible on the left side of the picture. Due to the lack of lighting, however, they are dark and free of any color.

The light of the moon extends at least in the rear area over the wide sea surface on which the ships are located. On the horizon, this hits the sea particularly hard and makes it shine in an orange tone. Above the sea, the moon itself is still partially hidden behind a violet cloud cover to be able to illuminate the sky in orange and pink tones further up. Caspar David Friedrich placed the moon exactly between the sailing ships and the gaze of the people, as if they were sitting directly next to the moon and yet so far away. The longing seems to be great. © Meisterdrucke
Mondaufgang am Meer by Caspar David Friedrich

Mondaufgang am Meer

(Moonrise at the sea)

Caspar David Friedrich

Romantic  ·  landscapes  ·  Our favourites
women · melancholy · coast · sunset · beach · shore · ocean · loss · boat · nature
Mondaufgang am Meer by Caspar David Friedrich
1822   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 23585
   Add to favorites


06.01.2021
Uli H.
Art Print on FineArt Photo Matte, 31cm x 24cm.


04.03.2021
Vera S.
Art Print on FineArt Photo Matte, 27cm x 21cm.
In creating this painting, Caspar David Friedrich focused on the moonrise. This is the only source of light in "Moonrise at the Sea" and thus makes all other aspects of the picture shine in its splendor. Thus, in spite of the relative darkness, a variety of colors that extend over the entire screen are apparent.

Only in the foreground is the light of the moon barely arrived. The viewer gets a glimpse of the coarse rock outlines on the shores of the sea. Large and small brownish stones are visible here. Right in the middle of the picture is the biggest rock. On this rock sit three people whose countenance shines in the moonlight. There is a man with a hat next to two women. Separated, these three people are through a small gap between the man and the woman sitting right. The moonlight illuminates their bodies so strongly that at least the reddish color of the women's skirts and the blue tops are perceptible. All three persons seem to look longingly out to the sea. It is not entirely clear whether they are surveying the moonrise and the resulting colors or the two sailing ships that are approaching the coast. These two ships are clearly visible on the left side of the picture. Due to the lack of lighting, however, they are dark and free of any color.

The light of the moon extends at least in the rear area over the wide sea surface on which the ships are located. On the horizon, this hits the sea particularly hard and makes it shine in an orange tone. Above the sea, the moon itself is still partially hidden behind a violet cloud cover to be able to illuminate the sky in orange and pink tones further up. Caspar David Friedrich placed the moon exactly between the sailing ships and the gaze of the people, as if they were sitting directly next to the moon and yet so far away. The longing seems to be great. © Meisterdrucke
Mockup 1 Mockup 2 Mockup 3 Mockup 5 Mockup 6 Mockup 7


Size & Border

Picture Frame

Medium & Stretcher

Glass & Passepartout

Miscellaneous & Extras

 Save / compare configuration

Summary

Gemälde
Veredelung
Keilrahmen
Museumslizenz

(inkl. 20% MwSt)

Produktionszeit: 2-4 Werktage
Bildschärfe: PERFEKT
Other art prints by Caspar David Friedrich
View from the artist&39;s studio (right window) The Wanderer above the Sea of Fog Monastery Ruins (Gothic Church Ruin), c.1806 (pen and ink and wc on paper) Moon rising Over the Sea Woman at a Window, 1822 Meadows near Greifswald Giant mountain The lonely tree Moonrise at the sea Morning in the Riesengebirge View of a harbor Abbey in the Oakwood The Solitary Tree, 1823 The morning Megalith Grave in Winter
Other art prints by Caspar David Friedrich
View from the artist&39;s studio (right window) The Wanderer above the Sea of Fog Monastery Ruins (Gothic Church Ruin), c.1806 (pen and ink and wc on paper) Moon rising Over the Sea Woman at a Window, 1822 Meadows near Greifswald Giant mountain The lonely tree Moonrise at the sea Morning in the Riesengebirge View of a harbor Abbey in the Oakwood The Solitary Tree, 1823 The morning Megalith Grave in Winter
Other motives from the category landscapes
Echo and Narcissus, c.1804 Moor with windmill Trinita dei Monti from the Villa Medici, c.1830-34 Landscape with Stormy Sky, 1864 Northumberland Coast Romantic landscape (wc on paper) The Fortress of Konigstein, 18th century View of Olinda, Brazil, 1662 Gazelle Hunt in Chott el-Hodna, 1856 View of Dresden with the Frauenkirche at Left, 1747 View of Gazzada, near Varese Landscape with Dunes, 1647 Landscape with a Birdcatcher Lucerne from the Lake Fireboard depicting The Landing of the Pilgrims, 1825
Other motives from the category landscapes
Echo and Narcissus, c.1804 Moor with windmill Trinita dei Monti from the Villa Medici, c.1830-34 Landscape with Stormy Sky, 1864 Northumberland Coast Romantic landscape (wc on paper) The Fortress of Konigstein, 18th century View of Olinda, Brazil, 1662 Gazelle Hunt in Chott el-Hodna, 1856 View of Dresden with the Frauenkirche at Left, 1747 View of Gazzada, near Varese Landscape with Dunes, 1647 Landscape with a Birdcatcher Lucerne from the Lake Fireboard depicting The Landing of the Pilgrims, 1825
Excerpt from our top sellers
Starry Night Flowers in a blue vase Sunday stroll The Way to the Citadel The Origin of the World Danae, 1891 Agnus Dei, c.1635-40 Birds around a pond, detail from the Journey of the Magi cycle in the chapel, c.1460 fresco detail of 70610 Springtime, 1886 A Tower of Blue Horses, 1913 The Carte du Tendre, a map of an imaginary country, from volume II of Clelie written by Mademoiselle de Scudery, engraved by Francois Chauveau (1613-76) 1656 Intersecting Lines, 1923 Abstract forms II The bridge at meadows Main and byways
Excerpt from our top sellers
Starry Night Flowers in a blue vase Sunday stroll The Way to the Citadel The Origin of the World Danae, 1891 Agnus Dei, c.1635-40 Birds around a pond, detail from the Journey of the Magi cycle in the chapel, c.1460 fresco detail of 70610 Springtime, 1886 A Tower of Blue Horses, 1913 The Carte du Tendre, a map of an imaginary country, from volume II of Clelie written by Mademoiselle de Scudery, engraved by Francois Chauveau (1613-76) 1656 Intersecting Lines, 1923 Abstract forms II The bridge at meadows Main and byways

Meisterdrucke Logo long

   Hausergasse 25
       9500 Villach, Austria
   +43 4257 29415
   office@meisterdrucke.com
Social Media & Languages
                   

Mondaufgang am Meer (AT) Mondaufgang am Meer (DE) Mondaufgang am Meer (CH) Moonrise at the sea (GB)
Moonrise by the Sea (IT) Moonrise par la mer (FR) Moonrise bij de zee (NL) Salida de la luna en el mar (ES) Восход луны на море (RU)
समुद्र पर चंद्रमा (HI) 月亮在海上 (ZH) Nascer da lua no mar (PT) 海の月の出 (JP) طلوع القمر عند البحر (AE)

Erfahrungen & Bewertungen zu Meisterdrucke
Partner Logos

Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien      Kaiser Franz Joseph      Albertina

Meisterdrucke Logo long
Hausergasse 25 · 9500 Villach, Austria
+43 4257 29415 · office@meisterdrucke.com
Partner Logos

               

Mondaufgang am Meer (AT) Mondaufgang am Meer (DE) Mondaufgang am Meer (CH) Moonrise at the sea (GB) Moonrise by the Sea (IT) Moonrise par la mer (FR) Moonrise bij de zee (NL) Salida de la luna en el mar (ES) Восход луны на море (RU) समुद्र पर चंद्रमा (HI) 月亮在海上 (ZH) Nascer da lua no mar (PT) 海の月の出 (JP) طلوع القمر عند البحر (AE)


(c) 2020 meisterdrucke.us