Impressionist painting emerged from a movement of French painters in the second half of the 19th century.
Impressionism spread worldwide and was replaced by Post-Impressionism. Impressionism created essential preconditions for the new character of 20th century fine art.
Caspar David Friedrich found important pictorial motifs in Neubrandenburg. Vorpommern is considered a place of activity and a source of inspiration for various early German Romantics.
A residential tower is a medieval tower that was suitable for permanent use as a dwelling and at the same time also had defensive functions.
The Monastery (Marienthron) is a former Cistercian abbey located directly south of Grimma in the Saxon district of Leipzig on the Mulde River.
Hubertusburg is a Rococo palace in Germany. It was built from 1721 onwards at the behest of Augustus the Strong, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, and after his death served as a residence of his son Augustus III.