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Caspar David Friedrich Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog 1818
Classicism -  Emphasis on reason and rationality as the source for truth and happiness. - Nature is the ultimate source of...
Benjamin West –  The Death of General Wolfe  - 1770
Eugene Delacroix –  Liberty Leading the People  - 1830
Eugene Delacroix –  The Death of Sardanapolis  - 1827
Theodore Gericault -  Raft of the Medusa  - 1819
Joseph Mallard William Turner –  The Slave Ship  – 1840
Joseph Mallard William Turner Snow Storm: Hannibal and His Army Crossing the Alps  – 1812
Joseph Mallard William Turner -  Eruption of Vesuvius  – 1817
Caspar David Friedrich –  Polar Sea  – 1824
Neo-Classicism Social  Classical subject matter Derived from the ancient history Focus on the human events Unemotional Res...
Neo-Classicism Use of clean lines Organized/structured Muted color Symmetrical STYLE Romanticism Lines are often rough and...
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Romanticism

  1. 1. Caspar David Friedrich Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog 1818
  2. 2. Classicism - Emphasis on reason and rationality as the source for truth and happiness. - Nature is the ultimate source of rationality and reason. - People achieve potential through education and engagement in a healthy society. Romanticism - Emphasis on emotion, passion, and direct contact with experience for the source of truth and happiness. - Nature is wild, ever-changing and sublime. - People achieve potential through personal inspiration outside of the corrupting influence of society.
  3. 3. Benjamin West – The Death of General Wolfe - 1770
  4. 4. Eugene Delacroix – Liberty Leading the People - 1830
  5. 5. Eugene Delacroix – The Death of Sardanapolis - 1827
  6. 6. Theodore Gericault - Raft of the Medusa - 1819
  7. 7. Joseph Mallard William Turner – The Slave Ship – 1840
  8. 8. Joseph Mallard William Turner Snow Storm: Hannibal and His Army Crossing the Alps – 1812
  9. 9. Joseph Mallard William Turner - Eruption of Vesuvius – 1817
  10. 10. Caspar David Friedrich – Polar Sea – 1824
  11. 11. Neo-Classicism Social Classical subject matter Derived from the ancient history Focus on the human events Unemotional Restrained SUBJECT Romanticism Individual and/or nature Exotic subject matter Derived from personal inspiration Human part is only secondary to the larger power of nature Passionate Wild and Chaotic
  12. 12. Neo-Classicism Use of clean lines Organized/structured Muted color Symmetrical STYLE Romanticism Lines are often rough and unfinished Wild/Chaotic Vivid color Asymmetrical

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