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  • ROMANTICISMNot just one visual style, not just a style of artand not just about romantic love
  • What does Romanticism refer to? What are the influences? What influence does the philosopher Rousseau have on Romanticism? What other arts are influenced by Romanticism?What social movements are mirrored or actually inspired by Romanticism?
  • Exhibiting intense emotion to provoke emotional responses The period was not just in art but also in poetry, fiction, music, and theaterTeaching to be empathetic and caring to others- (influenced by Abolition of Salvery) Somewhat of a reaction to the coldness and lack of emotion of Neoclassicism View slide
  • THE SUBLIME- -quality of greatness, whether physical, moral, intellectual,metaphysical, aesthetic, spiritual or artistic.The term especially refers to a greatness beyond allpossibility of calculation, measurement or imitation.-a sense of awe, with a bit of shock, and sometimes a bit of fear- mostly of the unknown.Dreams, imagination, daydreams, nightmares, beyond everyday..... View slide
  • William BlakeAncient of Days
  • John Henry Fuseli The Nightmare
  • Caspar David FriedrichThe Wanderer Above the Mists
  • Caspar David Friedrich Monk By The Sea
  • Caspar David Friedrich Abbey in the Oak Forest
  • Theodore Gericault The Raft of Medusa
  • Eugene Delacroix Liberty Leading the People
  • Eugene Delacroix Combat of the Giaour and the Pasha
  • Eugene DelacroixAbduction of Rebecca
  • GoyaThe Sleep of ReasonProduces Monsters(from The Caprices)
  • Goya Third of May 1808
  • GoyaSaturn Devouring His Children
  • John Constable Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishops Garden
  • J.M.W. Turner Slave Ship
  • Albert Bierstadt Sunrise, Yosemite Valley
  • Realism What sparks the Realism movement in the 19th century? What are some of the concepts in Realism?What does the new technology of photography offer to the period in regard to art? How is art and architecture influenced in this period?
  • 23.3 Gustave Courbet , The Stone Breakers , 1849.
  • 23.4 Gustave Courbet, Burial at Ornans , 1849
  • 23.1 Jean-François Millet, The Gleaners , 1857
  • MilletThe Sower
  • 23.2 Rosa Bonheur , The Horse Fair , 1853.
  • 23.5 Honoré Daumier, Third-Class Carriage , c. 1862
  • 23.6 Honoré Daumier, The Freedom of the Press:Dont Meddle with It (Ne Vous y Frottez Pas) , 1834
  • 23.8 Honoré Daumier, Louis Philippe as Gargantua , 1831
  • Camera Obscurahttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOKqSlAOdhI
  • 23.10 Nadar Sarah Bernhardt , c. 1864
  • 23.11 Honoré Daumier,Nadar Elevating Photographyto the Height of Art , 1862
  • 23.12 Julia Margaret Cameron,Mrs. Herbert Duckworth , 1867.
  • 23.13 Mathew B. BradyLincoln “Cooper Union”Portrait , 1860.
  • 23.14 Mathew B. Brady,Robert E. Lee , 1865.
  • 23.15 Thomas EakinsThe Gross Clinic , 1875
  • Eakins- Biglin Brothers Racing
  • 23.16 Henry Ossawa Tanner, Annunciation , 1898
  • 23:17 Manet, The Picnic, Le Déjeuner sur lHerbe , 1863
  • 23;18 Manet Olympia
  • Crystal Palace- London 1850- 51
  • 23.20 John A. Roebling and Washington A. Roebling,Brooklyn Bridge , New York , 1869–83.
  • 23.21 Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel,Eiffel Tower , Paris , 1887–89
  • 23.22 Louis Sullivan,Wainwright Building ,St. Louis , Missouri , 1890–91
  • Jean Everett Millais Ophelia