Caspar David Friedrich is well done specially thanks his allegorical landscapes, which typically feature contemplative, silhouetted against night skies. Less known are his landscapes paintings without figures, removing in a way the sublime effect and converting the landscapes into something nearest.
Caspar David Friedrich Morning in the Mountains 1st half of the 19th Century Oil on Canvas 135 x 170 cm Bridgeman Art Library The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg
Caspar David Friedrich Landscape in the Riesengebirge 1810-11 Oil on Canvas 45 x 58,3 cm Bridgeman Art Library The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow
Caspar David Friedrich Drifting Clouds 1st half of the 19th century Oil on Canvas 18,3 x 24,5 cm Bridgeman Art Library Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg
Caspar David Friedrich Mountainous Landscape 1st half of the 19th century Oil on Canvas 35 x 48,8 cm Bridgeman Art Library Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg
Caspar David Friedrich Ploughed Field Ca. 1830 Oil on Canvas 34 x 47,6 cm Bridgeman Art Library Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg