Saturday, May 2, 2009

Museum piece

Walking through the Meilahti Art Museum, looking at a show called Defiance and Melancholy - German paintings from the Dresden Albertinum / Galerie Neue Meister.

Now, what caused the straight southward line shooting from scribble, is a complete mystery. At the end of the line, there's a replica of a small village from the Iron Age. Maybe it happened while I looked at a painting by Caspar David Friedrich, a nocturnal seascape from the shores of the Baltic Sea. Go figure.

Location: Meilahti Art Museum, Helsinki
(see map) (see track only)

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