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Art romantics

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    • 1. Romanticism A love story this ain’t
    • 2. Romanticism • A reaction against the universal standards set by the Enlightenment • Characterized by a fascination with God, the occult, the beauty and power of nature, cultural identity, and the futility of perfecting mankind
    • 3. Music - Overture and fantasia Beethoven and Mendelssohn
    • 4. Music - Nocturne and Rhapsody, Tone poems Chopin and Wagner
    • 5. Poetry • William Wordsworth • Wrote Tintern Abbey and co- wrote Lyrical Ballads with....
    • 6. Poetry • Samuel Taylor Coleridge • Wrote The Rime of the Ancient Mariner • Their Lyrical Ballads set an agenda for the Romantic writers
    • 7. Literature • Wolfgang Goethe • Representative of Sturm und Drang (storm and stress)movement • Wrote Faust and the Sorrows of Young Werther
    • 8. Literature • Sir Walter Scott of Edinburgh • Historical dramas like Ivanhoe, Rob Roy, Lady of the Lake and Braveheart
    • 9. Literature • Victor Hugo • Wrote Les Miserables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    • 10. Literature • Aleksandr Pushkin • Wrote Boris Gudonov and Eugene Onegin • Died from wounds sustained in a duel with his wife’s lover
    • 11. U.S. Literature • Edgar Allen Poe • Fall of the House of Usher, The Tell-tale Heart, The Raven, The Cask of Amontillado
    • 12. Visual Arts • William Blake
    • 13. Visual Arts
    • 14. Visual Arts • John Constable • Gentleness of nature instead of urban slums
    • 15. Visual Arts
    • 16. Visual Arts • JMW Turner • Force and power in nature
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    • 20. Visual Arts • John William Waterhouse
    • 21. Visual Arts
    • 22. Visual Arts • Eugene Delacroix
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    • 25. Visual Arts Theodore Gericault
    • 26. Visual Arts Francisco Goya
    • 27. Visual Arts Henry Fuseli
    • 28. Visual Arts Caspar David Friedrich

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