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plan for gardens at palace of Versailles
formal French garden
gardens at Versailles
plan of Stowe Gardens, England
garden at Stowe designed by Capability Brown
Watteau, “Pilgrims Leaving the Island of Cythera” (1717)
Boucher, “Abduction of Europa” (1747)
David, “The Oath of the Horatii” (1784)
David, Death of Marat (1793)
Turner, The Evening Star (1830)
Friedrich, “Two Men Looking at the Moon” ( )
Turner, “Rain, Steam, and Speed: The Great Western Railway” (1844)
Turner, “Tintern Abbey” (1794)
Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria ( )
Friedrich, “Winter Landscape” (1811)
Lord Byron in Greek dress
Delacroix, Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi (1826)
Géricault, “Mounted Officer of the Imperial Guard” (1812)
Delacroix, “Liberty Leading the People” (1830)
Géricault, “Raft of the Medusa” ( )
Goya, “The Third of May 1808” (1814)
Turner, “The Fighting Temeraire” (1839)
Turner, “The Slave Ship” (1840)
Ludwig von Beethoven
Beethoven’s funeral (1827)
Plan for gardens at palace of Versailles. formal French garden.
Romanticism. William Wordsworth Tintern Abbey.
Objective 31: The student will demonstrate understanding by analyzing the aspects unique to the art of romanticism.
Neoclassical. David The Oath of the Horatii 1784, oil on canvas, Musée du Louvre at Paris.
ROMANTICISMROMANTICISM 19 th Century Romanticism Literature Art.
DIVISION SEVEN ROMANTICISM Ⅰ. General IntroductionGeneral Introduction Ⅱ. Romanticism in GermanyRomanticism in Germany Ⅲ. Romanticism in EnglandRomanticism.
Artists Review Chapter 28 The Enlightenment Age. Rococo 1730.
Romanticism and Art By Perri Haynes and Laura Rossi.
Neo-Classicism Art of the Napoleonic Era The Art of Power.
George Stubbs, A Lion Attacking a Horse, Oil on canvas, 38 x 49 ½ in. (Yale University Art Gallery)
Art and Society in 19 th and Early 20 th Century Europe “Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth.” –Pablo Picasso.
Romantic Orientalism. Romantic Orientalism Romantic Orientalism.
Neo-Classicism c A reaction against the frivolity of the Rococo Reflects the Enlightenment’s gospel of reason, logic & orderliness
Romantic Art. Romanticism: Beginning with the late 18 th to the mid-19 th century, a new Romantic attitude began to characterize culture and many art.
Joseph Mallord William Turner J.M.W. Turner, Calais Pier – 1803.
Romantic Art Art that shows the drama of the big, and the beauty of the small.
By: Sue Pojer. The Romantic Movement e Began in the 1790s and peaked in the 1820s. e Mostly in Northern Europe, especially in Britain and Germany. e A.
The Spirit of the Age ( ). Enlightenment Society is good, curbing violent impulses! Civilization corrupts! Romanticism Early 19c A Growing Distrust.
The Romantic Period Romantic signifies: a fascination with youth and innocence a fascination with youth and innocence a stage when people need.
Neoclassicism vs. Romanticism vs. Realism Late 18 th Century to late 19 th Century 1750 – 1900 (end of ch 17, start of ch 21)
Art in the Age of Romanticism ( ) Spain: Francisco Goya ( ) England: William Blake ( ) John Constable ( ) Joseph Mallord.
Poussin, Arcadian Shepherds, c Poussin, Dance of Human Life, c
Romanticism in Art and Literature. Romanticism is defined as: An artistic and intellectual movement originating in Europe. Late 18th century A reaction.
Ch 24: Artistic Movements of the 19th Century Neoclassical: Art of the Enlightenment…
Art in the Romantic Era. David, Napoleon Crossing the Alps, 1800.
Romantic Art. Characteristics Great diversity Subjects –Contemporary events –Literature –Nature –History –Exotic places.
Art History Survey of Styles Rococo through Romanticism Rococo : Fantasy, frivolity, images of social gatherings – may have Baroque elements.
Romanticism William V. Ganis, PhD. Antoine-Jean Gros Napoleon at the Pesthouse at Jaffa 1804 oil on canvas 17 ft. 5 in. x 23 ft. 7 in.
The Spirit of the Age ( ). The Deluge Francis Danby, 1840.
Romanticism Art By: Bridgette Kelley, Katie Butler, and Caitlin Phillips.
Francisco Goya ( ), Spanish, “Self-portrait” Oil on canvas His works ranged from decorative tapestries, through realistic and satiric paintings.
ROMANTIC AGE. ROMANTICISM Expression of personal (subjectivism) Self-Analysis—positive and in particular more negative aspects, dreams, etc. Not for the.
Art in the Romantic Era. The Death of Marat by David 1793.
Attitude against conventions and rules Deep intense colors Idealized nature and landscapes, not forms Historic paintings of modern events & tragic victims.
By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Neoclassicism (c – 1820) A reaction against the frivolity of Rococo Reflects the Enlightenment’s gospel of reason, logic & orderliness Archaeology-mania.
Characteristics of Romanticism 1. A Reaction to the Enlightenment: A reaction to the ordered, rational mode of thought of the Enlightenment. The artist.
Romanticism Imagination over Reason Feeling over Thinking.
First Study for the Raft of the Medusa, 1819 Théodore Géricault (French, 1791–1824) Oil on canvas; 15 x 18 in. (38.1 x 45.7 cm) Musée du Louvre, Paris,
Romanticism Major works of Art. Get out your Tenets of Romanticism Handout Make note of what characteristics on this handout you see in the art work.
Warm Up What major policies/attitudes were prominent during the age of revolutions?!
Romanticism it is an international artistic and philosophical movement. Difficult to define because it deals with general attitudes rather than.
Today Neo-Classicism Romanticism. Neo-Classicism Late 1700’s-Early 1800’s Jacques-Louis David Angelica Kauffmann.
By Christine Chang, Jennifer Riley, and Jacob Piotrowski AP European History Period 4.
Romanticism. Late 18th-Early 19th Centuries Romanticism emerged as a reaction to the neo-classical style and emphasized emotion rather than reason. Romantic.
NeoClassical – Romanticism la raison avant la passion.
The Rise of Romanticism Through the Culture of the Arts.
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