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Johan Christian Dahl : “Feige Waterfall (Feigefossen), Lysterfjord, Norway” (1848)

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Johan Christian Dahl painted this dramatic view of the Feige Waterfall at Lysterfjord, one of the most spectacular natural wonders in his homeland, at time a when Norwegians were trying to foster awareness of their identity as a distinct national culture. Dahl’s views of Norway played a crucial role in establishing his reputation as the leading Norwegian artist of the period and one of most important landscape painters of the Romantic era.

Credit Line: Text courtesy of The Cleveland Museum of Art.

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