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A comparison of the neo-classic and romantic per

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  • CLASSICISM vs. ROMANTICISM
  • Neo-Classicism vs Romanticism
    • Greek/Roman influence
    • Emphasis on Society
    • Age of Reason
      • Rationality
      • Philosophy
      • Deism
    • Euro-centric
    • Cities
    • Enlightenment
      • Science
    • Medieval/Oriental influence
    • Emphasis on Individual
    • Age of Passion
      • Emotion
      • Imagination
      • Spirituality
    • Interest in the Exotic
    • Nature: pastoral and wild
    • Revolution
      • Social Justice
  • NATURE Neo-Classical Romantic
    • Universal
    • Subject to human control
    • Gardens
    • Source of peace and tranquillity
    • Untamed nature: dangerous/evil
    • Particular
    • Beyond human control
    • Mountains, oceans, forests
    • Source of inspiration and spirituality
    • Untamed nature: exhilarating/sublime
  • Gainsborough, St James Park
  • Friedrich, Solitary Tree
  • LOVE Neo-Classical Romantic
    • Universal
    • Subject to human control
    • Marriage
      • Social Contract
      • Economic Contract
      • Attraction between social and intellectual equals
    • Source of peace and tranquillity
    • Particular
    • Beyond human control
    • Passion
      • Individual choice
      • Search for soul-mate
      • Forbidden attractions: social, exotic, incestual
    • Source of inspiration, exhilaration and despair
  • Gaspar Netscher A Musical Evening
  • John Smibert, Bishop Berkeley and His Family
  • Caspar David Friedrich, Woman at Sunrise
  • William Blake The Enslavement of Experience The Transcendance of Imagination
  • Neo-Classical Artist
    • Social
    • Arbiter of Taste
    • Elitist
    • Moral
    • Intellectual
    • Critic
    Louis Michel van Loo Portrait of Diderot
  • Romantic Artist
    • Loner
    • Unconventional
    • Interested in the “noble savage”
    • Amoral
    • Genius
    • Prophet
    George Gordon Lord Byron