These days, thanks to the amazing Google Art Project, you don’t need to travel to see great art. You can browse paintings and sculptures by your favourite artist, timeperiod, or museum.
So for today, I curated this little exhibition for you from works that are located in the Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin. The museum itself is much more amazing, and in no way comparable to seeing art online, but it’s still nice to have all the art you want at your fingertips.
A little collection of romantic and impressionist artworks, closing with my favourite artist of all time.
Spring Landscape, 1862, Charles-François Daubigny
In the Conservatory, 1878 – 1879, Edouard Manet
The Grove, or the Admiral’s House in Hampstead, 1821 – 1822, John Constable
The Isle of the Dead, 1883, Arnold Böcklin
Seine Landscape near Chatou, 1855, Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot
The Flax Barn at Laren, 1887, Max Liebermann
Moonrise over the Sea, 1822, Caspar David Friedrich