Madame Recamire , 1800, by Jacques-Louis David.


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Madame Recamire , 1800, by Jacques-Louis David Young lady Situated in a Burial ground ,1824, By Eugene Delacroix Elegance An imaginative development portrayed by consideration regarding shape and affected by the traditional essayists of Greece and Rome.
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Madame Recamire , 1800, by Jacques-Louis David

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Girl Seated in a Cemetery ,1824, By Eugene Delacroix

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Classicism An imaginative development described by consideration regarding frame and affected by the traditional essayists of Greece and Rome. A predominant logic of the Age of Reason, it focused on reason, clarity, adjust and request as esteemed by the old Greeks and Romans It thrived from 1660-1800

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Classicism Traits: Practicality Conservationism Rigidity Plain Boring Staid Sober Ordinary Restraint Reason Unity Simplicity Balance Organization Control Symmetry

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Classicism Classical works incite a scholarly reaction

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Romanticism An abstract and creative development of the 19 th century that rose in response to 18 th century elegance. This rationality put a premium on the whimsical, the creative, the enthusiastic, and the colorful. The surmised dates of the period were 1800-1850

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Romanticism Flashy Contemporary Exciting Interesting Free/Open Traits: Natural Extraordinary Creative Imaginative Excessive

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Romanticism Romantic works incite a passionate reaction

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Madame Recamire , 1800, by Jacques-Louis David

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Girl Seated in a Cemetery ,1824, By Eugene Delacroix

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Madame Recamire , 1800, by Jacques-Louis David Classical period .  The lady is dressed like an exemplary Greek statue. There is only the light and lounge chair, no other furniture. The hues are not brilliant and stunning, but rather delicate and tender. The general picture is sharp, basic, quiet, exquisite, and orderly.â  Many of the sketches of the Classical period had these traits.â  Music of the Classical period was spotless, rich, adjusted, controlled, and straightforward, much the same as the work of art above.

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Girl Seated in a Cemetery ,1824, By Eugene Delacroix Romantic period .  This artwork was made toward the Classical\'s end period, in 1824. The young lady\'s face is not quiet like in the sketch above. This young lady is perplexed. There are more hues in this sketch, and they are more clear. Do you see the crosses at the picture\'s base? The young lady is sitting in a cemetery. This canvas has more feeling and is more serious than the past picture The craftsman Delacroix is viewed as a Romantic\'s painter period in view of the utilization of intense hues and compelling feelings found in his sketches.

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Trends ofthe Romantic Movement An accentuation on creative ability as a key to uncovering the deepest profundities of the human soul

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Trends ofthe Romantic Movement An awesome enthusiasm for the pleasant and extraordinary parts of the past (sentimentality for the past)

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Trends ofthe Romantic Movement An energy for depicting national life and character

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Trends ofthe Romantic Movement The excellence\'s festival and secret of nature

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Trends ofthe Romantic Movement An interest with the powerful and the gothic

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Trends ofthe Romantic Movement A feeling of optimism

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Trends ofthe Romantic Movement An attention on the individual

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