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Presented by: Chummy D. Laab BCAEd III

ART OF
ROMANTICISM
During the late 18th and early 19th centuries, the
term “Romanticism” was used to describe a
cultural movement that went far beyond matters of
the heart. The word “Romanticism” may call up
visions of Cupid or declarations of eternal love.
This period of art has far less to do with actual
romance than it does with notions of passion,
sensitivity, and imagination.
Romanticism was an artistic, literary and
intellectual movement in Europe that aimed to
break free from the strict traditions and norms of
the 18th century Enlightenment period.
Romanticism characterized by an emphasis on
emotions, individualism, imagination, and nature. One
of the defining features of Romanticism in art was a
focus on the individual experience and subjective
perception, rather than an emphasis on objective reality
or accuracy.
What makes a romantic art?
What makes a romantic art?
Romanticism can be seen as a rejection of the
precepts of order, calm, harmony, balance,
idealization, and rationality.
What makes me a Roman artist?
Romanticism artists sought to convey the
emotions and feelings that were inspired by the
objects they painted, often portraying nature
and humanity in a more mystical and idealized
form.
Romantic artists rejected the rigid rules of
Neoclassicism, a style that predated
Romanticism, that insisted on portraying objects
in their most objective, rational form.
What makes me a Roman artist?
Romantic artists often sought to capture the
moods and feelings of their subjects, using
expressive compositions, vivid colors, and
dramatic contrasts of light and dark.
Romantic artists portrayed nature's raw beauty
using bold brushstrokes and vivid colors.
Literature idealized nature as a source of
inspiration and a reflection of deeper truths
about the human experience.
What makes me a Roman artist?
Romantic artists also often incorporated elements
of the supernatural and the mysterious into their
works, reflecting a fascination with the unknown
and the unseen. Many artists explored themes of
death and mortality, depicting ghosts, demons,
and otherworldly creatures in their works.
Subject matter had a wide variety including
landscapes, religion, revolution, and peaceful beauty.
Brushwork for romantic art are looser and less precise.
CHARACTERISTICS of
ROMANTICISM
1. Emphasis on emotions
and individualism
2. Celebration of nature
and the natural word
3. Interest in the
supernatural and
mysterious
4. Focus on the
imagination and the
subconscious
SOME FAMOUS
PAINTERS IN ROMAN
Caspar David Friedrich
J. M. W. Turner
Francisco Goya
Eugene Delacr oix
Caspar David
Friedrich
It depicts a man standing upon a
rocky precipice with his back to the
viewer; he is gazing out on a
landscape covered in a thick sea of
fog through which other ridges,
trees, and mountains pierce, which
stretches out into the distance
indefinitely.
Wanderer above the
Sea of Fog
J. M. W. Turner
The sun setting symbolises the end
of an era; one where sail has been
overtaken by steam. Behind
Temeraire, a sliver of Moon casts a
beam across the river, symbolising
the commencement of the new,
industrial era. The demise of heroic
strength is the main subject of the
painting.
The Fighting
Temeraire
Francisco
Goya
The Third of May execution was an
indiscriminate killing of civilians by
French soldiers in reprisal for a
guerrilla attack the previous day.
Goya's painting of the massacre,
which shows terrified civilians
facing a firing squad, was intended
to arouse anger and hatred on the
part of Spanish viewers.
Execution of the
Defenders of Madrid
Eugene
Delacroix
Depicts a woman personifying
Liberty leading a group of people
forward over the bodies of the
fallen, holding the French tricolor
flag aloft. The painting captures
the moment of a revolution, where
the people have taken up arms
against the government, and are
fighting for their freedom.
Liberty Leading the
People
Thank
You!

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SLIDESHARE. ART OF THE ROMANTIC PERIOD/ROMANTICISM Art

  • 1. Presented by: Chummy D. Laab BCAEd III  ART OF ROMANTICISM
  • 2. During the late 18th and early 19th centuries, the term “Romanticism” was used to describe a cultural movement that went far beyond matters of the heart. The word “Romanticism” may call up visions of Cupid or declarations of eternal love. This period of art has far less to do with actual romance than it does with notions of passion, sensitivity, and imagination.
  • 3. Romanticism was an artistic, literary and intellectual movement in Europe that aimed to break free from the strict traditions and norms of the 18th century Enlightenment period.
  • 4. Romanticism characterized by an emphasis on emotions, individualism, imagination, and nature. One of the defining features of Romanticism in art was a focus on the individual experience and subjective perception, rather than an emphasis on objective reality or accuracy. What makes a romantic art?
  • 5. What makes a romantic art? Romanticism can be seen as a rejection of the precepts of order, calm, harmony, balance, idealization, and rationality.
  • 6. What makes me a Roman artist? Romanticism artists sought to convey the emotions and feelings that were inspired by the objects they painted, often portraying nature and humanity in a more mystical and idealized form. Romantic artists rejected the rigid rules of Neoclassicism, a style that predated Romanticism, that insisted on portraying objects in their most objective, rational form.
  • 7. What makes me a Roman artist? Romantic artists often sought to capture the moods and feelings of their subjects, using expressive compositions, vivid colors, and dramatic contrasts of light and dark. Romantic artists portrayed nature's raw beauty using bold brushstrokes and vivid colors. Literature idealized nature as a source of inspiration and a reflection of deeper truths about the human experience.
  • 8. What makes me a Roman artist? Romantic artists also often incorporated elements of the supernatural and the mysterious into their works, reflecting a fascination with the unknown and the unseen. Many artists explored themes of death and mortality, depicting ghosts, demons, and otherworldly creatures in their works. Subject matter had a wide variety including landscapes, religion, revolution, and peaceful beauty. Brushwork for romantic art are looser and less precise.
  • 9. CHARACTERISTICS of ROMANTICISM 1. Emphasis on emotions and individualism 2. Celebration of nature and the natural word 3. Interest in the supernatural and mysterious 4. Focus on the imagination and the subconscious
  • 10. SOME FAMOUS PAINTERS IN ROMAN Caspar David Friedrich J. M. W. Turner Francisco Goya Eugene Delacr oix
  • 11. Caspar David Friedrich It depicts a man standing upon a rocky precipice with his back to the viewer; he is gazing out on a landscape covered in a thick sea of fog through which other ridges, trees, and mountains pierce, which stretches out into the distance indefinitely. Wanderer above the Sea of Fog
  • 12. J. M. W. Turner The sun setting symbolises the end of an era; one where sail has been overtaken by steam. Behind Temeraire, a sliver of Moon casts a beam across the river, symbolising the commencement of the new, industrial era. The demise of heroic strength is the main subject of the painting. The Fighting Temeraire
  • 13. Francisco Goya The Third of May execution was an indiscriminate killing of civilians by French soldiers in reprisal for a guerrilla attack the previous day. Goya's painting of the massacre, which shows terrified civilians facing a firing squad, was intended to arouse anger and hatred on the part of Spanish viewers. Execution of the Defenders of Madrid
  • 14. Eugene Delacroix Depicts a woman personifying Liberty leading a group of people forward over the bodies of the fallen, holding the French tricolor flag aloft. The painting captures the moment of a revolution, where the people have taken up arms against the government, and are fighting for their freedom. Liberty Leading the People