Caspar David Friedrich is considered one of the greatest landscape painters ever. Almost forgotten after his death, his fog-shrouded landscapes and lonely mountains were able to unfold an unimagined effect in the 20th century. The one-hour Arte documentary “Caspar David Friedrich. Wanderer between the Worlds” by Nicola Graef and Frauke Schlieckau tells of the painter’s life in Greifswald and Dresden and searches for traces in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and on the Baltic Sea. Now the film can be seen in the exhibition “Caspar David Friedrich and the Harbingers of Romanticism” at the Museum Georg Schäfer.