Queen opens Caspar David Friedrich exhibition

Kungaparet beskådar verket 'Livsåldrarna' målat cirka 1834 av Caspar David Friedrich. Foto: Leif R Jansson/Scanpix

The King and Queen looking at the work 'The Stages of Life', painted around 1834 by Caspar David Friedrich. Photo: Leif R Jansson/Scanpix

On Thursday 1 October, The Queen opened the Caspar David Friedrich exhibition, 'Nature animated', at the National Museum in Stockholm.
The Queen said in her opening speech that “Friedrich is considered to be the most significant artist from the romantic period in Germany. He is even described as the 'founder of the romantic movement' within painting".