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Winter at the Sognefjord

Johan Christian Dahl relocated permanently to Dresden after his journey to Italy 1820–21. In the following years he painted several more or less fanciful depictions of Norwegian landscapes, a genre that he had also been successful with during his Copenhagen years. The shift in Dahl’s understanding of the Norwegian landscape came in 1826, when he made his first field trip around Norway, travelling …