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XVIII century culture

  2. 2. ROCOCO El columpio (detalle). Óleo de Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732- 1806).lesscommonly roccoco,also referred to as "LateBaroque", is an 18th-century artisticmovement and style,which affected severalaspects of thearts including painting,sculpture, architecture,interiordesign, decoration,Literature ,music andtheatre.
  3. 3. ROCOCOPair of lovers group of Nymphenburg porcelain, c. The Rococo developed in1760, modelled by Franz Anton Bustelli the early part of the 18th century in Paris, France as a reaction against the grandeur, symmetry and strict regulations of the Baroque, especially that of the Palace of Versailles. In such a way, Rococo artists opted for a more jocular, florid and graceful approach to Baroque
  4. 4. ROCOCO Rococo art and architectureMade by Vicente Acero. Mostrepresentative rococo’s spanish sculture in such a way was ornate and made strong usage of creamy, pastel-like colours, asymmetrical designs, curves and gold. Unlike the more politically focused Baroque, the Rococo had more playful and often witty artistic themes. With regards to interior decoration, Rococo rooms were designed as total works of art with elegant and ornate furniture, small sculptures, ornamental mirrors
  5. 5. ROCOCOThe Rococo additionally played an important role in painting François Boucher was a French painter noted for his romantic, pastoral and mythological scenes.
  6. 6. ROCOCO L.M. Van Loo. La familia de Felipe V. Óleo sobre lienzo. 408 x 520 cm. 1743. Museo del Prado. Madrid.
  7. 7. ROCOCORepresentantes Rococó en España: Rococó en Francia: Luis Meléndez y Luis Paret Watteau Boucher Fragonard Chardin y Greuze Rococó en Inglaterra: Reynolds Gainsborough Rococó en Italia: Solimena Tiépolo
  8. 8. Towards the end of the 18th century,Rococo started to fall out of fashion, andit was largely supplanted bythe Neoclassic style.
  9. 9. Towards the end of the 18th century,Rococo started to fall out of fashion, andit was largely supplanted bythe Neoclassic style.
  10. 10. Name given to Western movements in thedecorative and visualarts, literature, theatre, music,and architecture that draw inspirationfrom the "classical" art and cultureof Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome.
  11. 11. NEOCLASSICISMThe main Neoclassical movement coincided with the 18th century Age of Enlightenment, and continued into the early 19th century, latterly competing with Romanticism. In architecture the style continued throughout the 19th and 20th centuries Fachada de la catedral de Pamplona(1873), severamente clásica, and into the 21st. con un pórtico tetrástilo entre dos torres cuadradas.
  12. 12. Neoclassicism is a revival of the styles and spirit of classic antiquity inspired directly from the classical period, which coincided and reflected the developments in philosophy and other areas of the Age of Enlightenment, and was initially a reaction against the excesses of the preceding Rococo style
  13. 13. NEOCLASSICISMNeo-Classical sculpture Rococo sculpture
  14. 14. NEOCLASSICISMNeoclassicism in painting gained a new sense of direction with the sensational success of Jacques-Louis Davids Oath of the Horatii at the Paris Salon of 1785
  15. 15. NEOCLASSCISM Neoclassicism in music is a 20th century movement; in this case it is the classical music of the late 18th and early 19th century that is being revived, not the music of the ancient world. The Here’s the music example composed by movement started in Stravinsky, it is the Sonata for piano French with Maurice Ravel.
  16. 16. www.aiu.eduwww.actiweb.eswww.artandcointv.comwww.arteespana.comwww.wikipedia.comwww.iiarquitectos.comwww.millefleurstapestries.comwww.softplatz.comwww.kingsgalleries.comwww.portalplanetasedna.com
  17. 17. José María Marín Sánchez. 4ºESO A.