Caspar Wolf: The Black Lütschine River, springing forth from the Lower Grindelwald Glacier, 1777

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Learn more about the oil painting depicting the Grindelwald Glacier, which was executed around 1777 by the famous Swiss landscape painter Caspar Wolf. The painting served as a model for a copperplate engraving that was, during the artist's lifetime, sold to tourists as a souvenir in folders containing various Alpine scenes. From the podcast series featuring highlights of the Kunstmuseum Bern’s collection.

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