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Wanderlust : von Caspar David Friedrich bis Auguste Renoir

Author: Birgit Verwiebe; Gabriel Montua; Alte Nationalgalerie (Germany),
Publisher: Berlin : Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin : München : Hirmer, [2018] ©2018
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When we think of the wanderer as a painterly motif, the famous painting "Wanderer above the Sea of Fog" by Caspar David Friedrich comes to mind. This exceptional loan from the Hamburger Kunsthalle forms the starting point for a special exhibition held at the Alte Nationalgalerie, which follows this surprisingly central theme in art throughout the nineteenth century and all the way to famous works of modern art. With  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Birgit Verwiebe; Gabriel Montua; Alte Nationalgalerie (Germany),
ISBN: 9783777430188 3777430188 9783886098088 3886098087
OCLC Number: 1037862998
Notes: Catalogue of an exhibition held at Alte Nationalgalerie - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, May 10 - September 16, 2018.
Description: 288 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.
Contents: "Von Wanderlust gelockt" : Eine Einführung / Birgit Verwiebe --
"Ich werde unter die Erde gehen, und Du wirst in der Sonne schreiten" : Licht und Schatten in philosophischen Impulsen des Wanderns um 1800 / Gabriel Montua --
"Gedenke zu wandern" : Lebenswege / Angelika Wesenberg --
Das Narrativ vom Künstler als freiem Wanderer : Jean Jacques de Vatenciennes, Caspar David Friedrich und Gustave Courbet / Claudia Denk --
"Wie für Maler besonders hergerichtet" : Wandern im Sehnsuchtsland Italien / Birgit Verwiebe --
"Der Heimath zu / Ohn Rast noch Ruh" : Wanderrungen durchs materische und romantische Deutschland / Anna Marie Pfäfflin --
Spaziersucht, Lustwandel und Bergdrang : Bilder von Frauen unterwegs / Annette Dorgerloh --
In der Gegend umherschweifen : Literarische Wanderungen in Klassik und Romantik / Ernst Osterkamp --
Katalog der ausgestellten Werke --
Anhang.
Responsibility: für die Nationalgalerie der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin herausgegeben von Birgit Verwiebe und Gabriel Montua.
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When we think of the wanderer as a painterly motif, the famous painting "Wanderer above the Sea of Fog" by Caspar David Friedrich comes to mind. This exceptional loan from the Hamburger Kunsthalle forms the starting point for a special exhibition held at the Alte Nationalgalerie, which follows this surprisingly central theme in art throughout the nineteenth century and all the way to famous works of modern art. With Rousseau's call to get "back to nature!" and Goethe's Sturm und Drang poetry, wandering around 1800 became the expression of a modern awareness of life. As part of a reaction against the rapid social changes that began in the French Revolution, a new form of decelerated self- and world knowledge developed, whose presence can still be felt today. Since the Romantic period, artists have discovered nature for them-selves, exploring it on foot and looking at it from new angles. Wandering, in art, came to stand for life's journey, for symbolic pilgrimage. For the traveller, the self-determined journey on foot brought with it a new, intensified encounter with nature and a form of world-appropriation that was both sensual and physical. The works shown in the exhibition, including masterworks by Caspar David Friedrich, Carl Blechen, Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Johan Christian Dahl, Richard Wilson, Christen Købke, Gustave Courbet, Iwan Kramskoi, Ferdinand Hodler, Auguste Renoir, Emil Nolde, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Otto Dix and Ernst Barlach, show just how powerful and fruitful the motif of the wanderer was in art throughout the nineteenth century, not only in Germany but in many places, from France and Great Britain to Denmark, Norway and Russia. The exhibition is arranged in themed sections: The Discovery of Nature; Life's Journey; The Artist's Wanderings; The Promenaders; Italy - Land of Longing; Landscapes of Wandering North of the Alps.--www.smb.museum.

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