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Johan Christian Dahl, The Mårelv near Tinn, 1829
The Norwegian-born painter Johan Christian Dahl (1788-1857) is arguably the most important representative of Dresden Romanticism after Caspar David Friedrich. Although he always returned to his roots, frequently traveling back to Norway to revisit the country's scenery in order to aid his landscape painting, he became firmly anchored in Germany...