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Neoclassicism & Romanticism   Reason                  vs.   Emotion mid 1700s to late 1800s         Early 1800s - early 19...
Neoclassical History Paintings: Academy Approved                                                     Most famous Neo-     ...
Oath of the Horatii, Jacques-Louis David, oil on canvas, 11‟ x 14„, 1785
Cornelia Pointing to her Children as Treasures, Angelica Kauffman, 1785
Death of Marat, J. Louis David1793, oil on canvas 5‟5” x 4‟2”
Ingres v. Delacroix – Classical v. Romantic   Classical calm                            Drama and emotion   Capturing real...
Romanticism: Interest in Exotic Culture– Music, Fashion, ArtLe Gran Odalisque, Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres, 1814 - ingre...
Romanticism in the Arts: The Power of Passion       • Gothic revival; horror stories       • Spirituality over science    ...
The Nightmare, John Henry Fuseli, 1783    Elohim and Adam, William Blake, 1805                                         Bla...
The Raft of the Medusa, Theodore Gericault, 1819Hope vs. Despair; Sublime force of nature; Passionate social criticism
 Social criticism Individual suffering over  good of the State Exotic localeMassacre atChios, Delacroix, 1822:Painter o...
Third of May, 1808, Francisco Goya, 1814
Romanticism: Celebration of Sublime Nature                                      “The artist should paint not only         ...
Burning of the House of Lords, JMW Turner, 1834
Slave Ship, JMW Turner, 1840
American Romanticism: Paradise Found          The Oxbow, Thomas Cole, 1836
Lady LibertyLeading thePeople, 1830, Delacroix
Beyond the Barricade, Is there a world you long to see?                                               Depicts July        ...
All images used from Wikipedia Commons under Creative Commons license.                      For educational purposes only....
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Review for AP Art History exam with this brief slidecast comparing NeoClassical painter David with the Romantic painters that follow. For educational purposes ONLY... all images courtesy of Wikipedia Commons.

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  1. 1. Neoclassicism & Romanticism Reason vs. Emotion mid 1700s to late 1800s Early 1800s - early 1900s
  2. 2. Neoclassical History Paintings: Academy Approved Most famous Neo- Classic painter from Royal Academy; later painter to Napoleon & the RevolutionThe Oath of the Horatii, Jacques-Louis David, 1785
  3. 3. Oath of the Horatii, Jacques-Louis David, oil on canvas, 11‟ x 14„, 1785
  4. 4. Cornelia Pointing to her Children as Treasures, Angelica Kauffman, 1785
  5. 5. Death of Marat, J. Louis David1793, oil on canvas 5‟5” x 4‟2”
  6. 6. Ingres v. Delacroix – Classical v. Romantic Classical calm Drama and emotion Capturing reality Essence of reality Painting as tint over line Painting: color & movement Two portraits of the violinist Pagannini (background his Quartet #5)
  7. 7. Romanticism: Interest in Exotic Culture– Music, Fashion, ArtLe Gran Odalisque, Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres, 1814 - ingres turns to Romantic style.
  8. 8. Romanticism in the Arts: The Power of Passion • Gothic revival; horror stories • Spirituality over science • Sublime force of nature
  9. 9. The Nightmare, John Henry Fuseli, 1783 Elohim and Adam, William Blake, 1805 Blake‟s Tyger Tyger asks “What Immortal Poet Goethe wrote: “Feeling is all!” hand or eye can frame thy fearful symmetry?”
  10. 10. The Raft of the Medusa, Theodore Gericault, 1819Hope vs. Despair; Sublime force of nature; Passionate social criticism
  11. 11.  Social criticism Individual suffering over good of the State Exotic localeMassacre atChios, Delacroix, 1822:Painter of PassionSpectators wept at thispainting, depicting an actualhorrible war event, seeingthe baby clutching its deadmother‟s breast
  12. 12. Third of May, 1808, Francisco Goya, 1814
  13. 13. Romanticism: Celebration of Sublime Nature “The artist should paint not only what he sees before him, but also what he sees within himself.” Wanderer above a Sea of Fog, Caspar David Friedrich, 1918
  14. 14. Burning of the House of Lords, JMW Turner, 1834
  15. 15. Slave Ship, JMW Turner, 1840
  16. 16. American Romanticism: Paradise Found The Oxbow, Thomas Cole, 1836
  17. 17. Lady LibertyLeading thePeople, 1830, Delacroix
  18. 18. Beyond the Barricade, Is there a world you long to see? Depicts July Rebellion memorialized in Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables.
  19. 19. All images used from Wikipedia Commons under Creative Commons license. For educational purposes only. Special thanks to Peter C. Mowrey, Ph.D., for his assistance with the soundtrack. Musical credits: 1. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622 * 2. Adagio 2. Mozart/Süssmayr, Requiem Mass in D minor, K. 626 (excerpts from Dies irae and Lacrimosa dies illa) 3. Niccolò Paganini, Quartet No. 5 in C major, Op. 5, No. 2 * 4. Polacca 4. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker * Danse arabe 5. Frédéric Chopin, Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 31 6. Modest Mussorgsky, Night on Bald Mountain 7. Gustav Mahler, Symphony No. 5 * 1. Trauermarsch 8. Tchaikovsky, Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Op. 74 * 4. Finale 9. Johannes Brahms, Rhapsody in G minor, Op. 79, No. 2 10. Claude-Michel Schönberg, Les Misérables (excerpts)

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