Neuwerk by Moonlight by Georg Schmitz

Neuwerk by Moonlight

(Neuwerk bei Mondschein)

Georg Schmitz

Unclassified artists  ·  Moon and night  ·  Marine
evening · night · boat · boats · calm · tranquil · shore · beach · moored · anchored · lighthouse · peaceful · nocturne · mysterious · fishermen · aground
Neuwerk by Moonlight by Georg Schmitz
1887   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 66836   ·  Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany / bridgemanimages.com
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The light of the full moon breaks through a loose cloud cover and illuminates the seascape almost daylight. Georg Schmitz (1851 to 1917) presents the viewer the small island Neuwerk, as the crow flies about 15 kilometers from Cuxhaven, as a romantic place in the style of a Caspar David Friedrich. The moonlight is reflected in the little moving sea water, clearly visible, but still at a considerable distance, the lighthouse of Neuwerk sends out its light in the background. On the right half of the picture, approximately in the middle of the painting, are three sailing ships on the silt - the sea around Neuwerk is known for its enormous tidal range. No one is to be seen, but a little smoke rises from the cabin of the left ship, whose broad side the painter has depicted. Schmitz uses the full moon to create a dreamlike atmosphere. Because the brightness does not quite fit the night, at the same time knows the image viewer, that there are exactly those full moon nights, in which the world is bathed in a very strange light. The composition of the picture is very balanced, it has an enormous depth, but by no means threatening. In this landscape, man may feel more secure than exposed to the threatening forces of the sea. © Meisterdrucke
Neuwerk by Moonlight by Georg Schmitz

Neuwerk by Moonlight

(Neuwerk bei Mondschein)

Georg Schmitz

Unclassified artists  ·  Moon and night  ·  Marine
evening · night · boat · boats · calm · tranquil · shore · beach · moored · anchored · lighthouse · peaceful · nocturne · mysterious · fishermen · aground
Neuwerk by Moonlight by Georg Schmitz
1887   ·  Öl auf Leinwand  ·  Picture ID: 66836   ·  Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany / bridgemanimages.com
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The light of the full moon breaks through a loose cloud cover and illuminates the seascape almost daylight. Georg Schmitz (1851 to 1917) presents the viewer the small island Neuwerk, as the crow flies about 15 kilometers from Cuxhaven, as a romantic place in the style of a Caspar David Friedrich. The moonlight is reflected in the little moving sea water, clearly visible, but still at a considerable distance, the lighthouse of Neuwerk sends out its light in the background. On the right half of the picture, approximately in the middle of the painting, are three sailing ships on the silt - the sea around Neuwerk is known for its enormous tidal range. No one is to be seen, but a little smoke rises from the cabin of the left ship, whose broad side the painter has depicted. Schmitz uses the full moon to create a dreamlike atmosphere. Because the brightness does not quite fit the night, at the same time knows the image viewer, that there are exactly those full moon nights, in which the world is bathed in a very strange light. The composition of the picture is very balanced, it has an enormous depth, but by no means threatening. In this landscape, man may feel more secure than exposed to the threatening forces of the sea. © Meisterdrucke
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Night Night: A Harbor, 1894 (pastel on brown paper) Arkwrights Cotton Mills by Night, c.1782-3 Castle Garden, New York City, 1859 The Eruption of the Soufriere Mountains in the Island of St. Vincent, 30th April 1812, 1815 Moon Night, 1885 Elaine, 1877 The Lady of Shalott, 1878 Whitby Sea shore in moonlight Loch Duich, Summer Moonlight Harvest Moon, 1891 The Boulevard Montmartre at Night Two Men Contemplating the Moon Night at Golgotha, 1869
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Russian Tea The Battle of Anghiari Caesars death Artist - Marcella Bay Malton with John Singleton Up, c.1767 Josephs Dream in the Stable in Bethlehem, 1645 The Night before the Exam, 1935 The Kiss, 1888-98 (marble) (see also 190950) Chopping firewood, 1865  (pair of 98605) The Gare Saint-Lazare: Arrival of a Train, 1877 Olive Trees with yellow sky and sun Failure to the King, Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871. Room Architectures On Cold-Warm, 1915. Nihilism: Arthur Schopenhauer, German philosopher, 19th century 1956 Winter Day, Shortly before Noon. 1922

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