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Romanticism

  1. 1. RomanticismEnd of 18th century – Mid 19th century
  2. 2. The Romantic artists wanted to reprepresentthe following subjects:•Passion, love, intense feelings•Exotism (Ottoman Empire, Egypt, North ofAfrica, Spain…)•Ancient civilizations: Greece, Rome•Middle Ages•Nationalism•Liberty•Darkness and mysteries
  3. 3. Nature: nature represented as something violent and turbulent. The wanderer above the sea of fog. Caspar David Friedrich, 1818.
  4. 4. Exotism Death of Sardanapalus. Eugene Delacroix, 1828.
  5. 5. Royal Pavilion, Nash, 1787
  6. 6. Liberty Leading the People. Delacroix, 1830Nationalism
  7. 7. Middle Ages and History
  8. 8. The Raft of The Medusa, Géricault, 1818The Horror
  9. 9. Engravings of Goya:“The Disasters of the War”.
  10. 10. Technical Characteristics• Movement and dynamism• Importance of Colour: – Bright colours – Colour substitutes line in the process of creating paintings.
  11. 11. Romantic Novelists• Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte (1847)• Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte (1847)• Ivanhoe - Sir Walter Scott (1819)• Les Miserables - Victor Hugo (1862)• The Three Musketeers – Alexander Dumas (1844)
  12. 12. Romantic Poets• Percy Byssche Shelley• Lord Byron (George Gordon)• Samuel Taylor Coleridge• William Wordsworth• John Keats• William Blake
  13. 13. Lord Byron Mary Shelley
  14. 14. Music Composers• Beethoven• Chopin• Schubert• Rossini Chopin• Franz Liszt Beethoven• Donizetti• Bizet Schubert Rossini

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