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Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Gemäldegalerie, Dresden. Hut in the Snow, c. . National Gallery, Berlin. Epitaph for Johann Emanuel Bremer, c. . Schloss Charlottenburg, Berlin. Two Men Contemplating the Moon, c. . National Gallery, Berlin. Large Enclosure, c. . Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Gemäldegalerie, Dresden. Morning (Departure of the Boats), c. –. Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum, Hanover. Woman at the Sea, c. . Stiftung Oskar Reinhart, Winterthur.
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What he would have seen was the Cross in the Mountains hung in Countess Maria Theresa’s bedroom, surrounded by smaller paintings and all the furnishings of domestic life. Today the work hangs in the Gemäldegalerie in Dresden, representing the continuing secularization of a religious image, which began when the work left the artist’s atelier. It remains a landscape painting enframed as if it were a religious image. An old photograph of the Countess’s bedroom reveals that together with Friedrich’s Cross in the Mountains hung a large, framed engraving of a painting which had been exhibited in the Gemäldegalerie in Dresden since , Raphael’s great Sistine Madonna of – (illus.