In the imp: smells just like Nuclear Winter. Summarised in a word or two: Frankincense! The closest scents in the BPAL catalogue to Cloister Graveyard in the Snow are definitely Nuclear Winter and Wolf Moon. Painting destroyed during World War II Scanned and quoted from Art Through the Ages, eighth edition By Horst de la Croix and Richard Tansey Hercourt Brace Jovanavich, Chicago, Toronto, etc. Lovely. I actually gasped when I opened the bottle. not my usual thing but not nearly as ozoneish as i was expecting. The mint doesn't hang around long, and the whole blend is very light and subtle, much more so than I'm used to, but it's gorgeous. Subtle is their first name. Another beautiful interperetation, and I guess I should just stop saying that in my Salon reviews because it's true for all of them so far. Kreative Arts Canvas Prints Giclee Artwork for Wall Decor, Classic Van Gogh Artwork... Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. Wet: Mmmmm, cool without being MINTY!, airy and breezy without being totally COLD. White musk is the key. Musky, minty, ozone is akin to an orgy of a good blend, the frankenscence adds enough of an earthy anchor, and yet keeps to a background and well blended position, that it make the orgy fun and not too crazy. And then the frankincense appears. Nice, but nothing special. Cloister Cemetery in the Snow - Caspar David Friedrich as art print or hand painted oil. There is no definately moment of "Ah! This reminds me a LOT of Nuclear Winter. The skiing is great and you can go into Davos for après ski. Snow-covered trees in the Bonnefont Cloister But as the sun comes out, the trees spring up again and their gnarled branches cast shadows across the garden. After a while: this gets greener and cooler, despite the mint disappearing. It has IQ’s white musk but doesn’t have her floral-fruity notes, and whilst it has a similar mint and watery coolness, it doesn’t have the sterile, desolate feel of NW. Lots of it. Musky, minty, ozone is akin to an orgy of a good blend, the frankenscence adds enough of an earthy anchor, and yet keeps to a background and well blended position, that it make the orgy fun and not too crazy. Switzerland is beautiful and people are very welcoming. Klosters is set in the beautiful Prattigau Valley, 1200 metres above sea level. Added by: CrowSix: Modified by: Krister Jensen: Being what they are (resin and base notes) this make perfect sense, but the lazy, and still throughly blended, process of it is amazing. It's fresh and minty, but not sweet or overbearing. Clear and cold, slightly minty, very bracing scent. Cloister Graveyard in the Snow - I can rarely wear mint, and I never wear it well, so this scent knocked my socks off when it smelled incredibly lovely when first applied, and then stayed lovely throughout the entire length of wear (which was quite a long time). "Dwarf Planet" starts with the same line as Black Sabbath's "Black Sabbath". In the imp: Very crisp and clean. Mint and snow and a little bit of ozone, all in a beautiful and delicious slush. Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product. Well, with three white musks, ozone, frankincense, mint to work with, okay, yeah, I remember … wet: minty, ozone, and still a touch sweet. I smell the mint and ozone straight away. Still minty, cool, ozone with frankincense. After striking out with so many snow blends, Cloister Graveyard In the Snow has restored my faith. Will keep the decant, and buy more once my Nuke Winter and Ice Queen run out. I also find NW has a little better throw when in my hair, so that might be a way to work around it. There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. It has the mints and ozone chilliness of Nuclear Winter, combined with the soft muskiness from the white musks. There are good ski and snowboard schools in Klosters, with classes for all levels. Very nice and exact intrepretation of this painting I believe. Please try again. I can just about smell frankincense but it’s very faint. You get a sense of the still air and the aura of someplace that's been forgotten. I could wear this...probably won't get a whole bottle of it but it's nice. This is my favorite blend of the Salons for far. The museum is located pretty far uptown, but it's easy to get there by public transportation. It's really fantastic and lovely. It's a clean, sweet scent. Cloister Cemetery in the Snow (burned 1945) historic photo (1902) - Caspar David Friedrich Cloister Cemetery in the Snow (burned 1945) historic photo (1902) For technical reasons the appearance on a monitor may show colors slightly different from the original. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Our huge selection of over 100,000 magnificent canvas art prints, along with an exclusive collection of handcrafted frames, makes Canvas Art USA your one stop source for the finest canvas art prints for sale at direct wholesale prices. Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews. I love this! Dry: The frankenscence and musks ever so slowly develop throughout the drying process. On skin, dry: Again: beautiful. 21" x 28" premium canvas print of Monastery Graveyard in the Snow by Caspar David Friedrich is meticulously created on artist grade canvas utilizing ultra-precision print technology and fade-resistant archival inks. Went in Dec 09 - Klosters is a lovely little resort, it is really pretty and has really nice restaurants and a few bars (but it is definitely not a party place). Rather than the impression of the smooth surface of an iced-over lake, this is a quick blast of ice cold air just outside a church, because I do get a hint of that frankincense. That said, I am completely and utterly delighted with Elizabeth's interpretation of Cloister Graveyard in the Snow. I fell in love with the painting and now with the oil as's a very accurate representation of the painting, I think. It’s a scent of the seasonal death symbolised by winter and the calm, icy stillness it brings. ten minutes later: mint is blending in nicely and almost disappearing. Snow-dusted icicles in the Cuxa Cloister Downstairs and outside in the Bonnefont Cloister, the gardens' beds are buried and the quince trees seem to groan under the weight of the snow. And I think I like the complexity of Kumari a bit better too, with its evocative mineral notes. February 24, 2011 at 1:09 pm Caspar David Friedrich is one of my favourite painters too. Anyone have any suggestions or know of any places? Mint with leaves. Maybe if I run out of the other ones I'll give it a spin again! There are no reviews for Cloister Graveyard in the Snow yet. It's ruins poking out of the snow on a winter night, waiting to grab you and drag you to your doom. Track from the 2018 album Lost Works, inspired by eight lost, destroyed or stolen paintings. Slightly minty but full of ozone-y freshness. The album's information and biographical details are at Spotify link: Play: Bandcamp album download and track previews: Of course I would have to end up loving an expensive Salon scent :/ Am definitely going to have to get a bottle of this eventually, though. I will definitely keep my imp, and might need to splurge on a bottle when it's almost gone. Its a green mint - but not spearmint. It's a short walk to the Cloisters… Apart from fantastic skiing, Klosters offers plenty in the way of entertainment. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Cloister is sharper (ozone) but goddamn it's close enough for me! The friendly village atmosphere in Klosers is a great option for Families, whilst the resort is favoured amongst the royal family, it is much more relaxed and far less exclusive than most would imagine. A&T ARTWORK Wanderer Above The Sea of Fog by Caspar David Friedrich. Klosters links with the Parsenn ski area of Davos and has its own ski area, Madrisa. Every detail of the artwork is reproduced to museum quality specifications by our talented graphic artists. There are 0 customer reviews and 1 customer rating. I was nervous the frankincense would take over, but there's only a hint of smoke in the background. The frankenscence and musks ever so slowly develop throughout the drying process. This is a wonderful perfect blend for a hot summer day. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, © 1996-2020,, Inc. or its affiliates. Please try your search again later. I definitely want a bottle of this. Although Klosters has, for a long time been associated with the jet set, film stars and even royalty, it still remains a typical, friendly, Swiss village, with picturesque chalets and horse-drawn sleighs. In general, this reminds me a lot of Talvikuu and Nuclear Winter, only about a kajillion times better!

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