Friedrich Caspar David. Ruins of the Oybin Monastery (The Dreamer). Fine art print A2
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Friedrich Caspar David. Ruins of the Oybin Monastery (The Dreamer). Fine art print A2

Friedrich Caspar David. Ruins of the Oybin Monastery (The Dreamer). Fine art print A2

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Author Caspar David Friedrich (1774 -1840)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Paper type Linen, 230 g/m2
Genres Landscape Pictures
Countries The Art of Germany
Epochs Art of the 19th centuries
Publication size A2 (42x60 см)
Publication type Fine Art Print
Paper size (custom print) 42x60 см.
Size of original, cm 27x21
Paper Type: Linen, 230 g/m2


See also:
Friedrich Caspar David. Ruins of the Oybin Monastery (The Dreamer). Fine art postcard A6
Friedrich Caspar David. Ruins of the Oybin Monastery (The Dreamer). Art print on canvas
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