Neo Classicism and Romanticism 1750-1850 Drum Roll Please We Enter the Modern World. .

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Neo Classicism and Romanticism 1750-1850 (Drum Roll Please) “We Enter the Modern World.”. Entire Era based on the ideas of the Enlightenment-new way of thinking about the world and humankind that was independent of religion, myth, or tradition
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Neo Classicism and Romanticism 1750-1850 (Drum Roll Please) "We Enter the Modern World."

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Entire Era in view of the thoughts of the Enlightenment better approach for pondering the world and mankind that was autonomous of religion, myth, or convention Based on the logical strategy (Newton) and experimental confirmation (Locke) Believed that people are conceived great and nature stipends them characteristic privileges of life, freedom, property, and flexibility of cognizant Art went before by the Enlightenment (Voltaire, Rousseau)- every single human issue ought to be managed by reason and the benefit of all as opposed to built up power Made learning open to everybody Rousseau-expressions and sciences have ruined "common man", lectured come back to purity, numbness and satisfaction against advance Caused three noteworthy unrests French, American, and Industrial Romanticism difficult to characterize, covered Neo-Classicism and Rococo For the first run through, workmanship was political editorial Modern Era starts with the Revolutionary War and the French Revolution-"Cutting edge"- an attention to history This brought on the arrival to the works of art in craftsmanship the reason for all reason-construct a considerable measure in light of Poussin\'s specialty We continue returning to style however for various reasons-Renaissance-humanism Baroque-control Neo Classicism-reason

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Jacques Louis David (1748-1825) Neo-Poussinist Took a dynamic part in the French Revolution-aesthetic power like Lebrun Marat killed in his bathtub by Charlotte Corday Stark Directness-a martyred saint traditional workmanship + reverential picture Obviously affected via Caravaggio (who wasn\'t?!) David, Death of Marat, 1793

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England Benjamin West (1738-1820) suffering of another legend General Wolfe from French and Indian War AMERICAN PAINTER!!!- first American Artist to go to Europe, yet wound up staying in England and heading the Royal Academy (succeeding Reynolds) combined established feel (Poussin) with contemporary garments and individuals (Indians!) Recalls outcry scene-move in center of Modern Society-from religion to patriotism West, The Death of General Wolfe, 1770

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John Singleton Copley (1738-1815) Moved to London 2 years before American Revolution-was New England\'s most remarkable portraitist Watson and the Shark-assaulted by a shark while swimming in the Havana Harbor and drastically saved authorized Copley Made everything about genuine as could be expected under the circumstances Baroque feelings Becomes an ethical moral story Jonah and the Whale, Archangel Michael battling with Satan Copley, Watson and the Shark, 1778

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Houdon (1741-1828) Sculpture was overpowered by the power of old statues, for example, the Apollo Belvedere-most just duplicated these models Portraiture was the most suitable choice Makes Voltaire appear to be deserving of Greek rationalist, yet keeps the resemblance Houdon, Voltaire, 1781

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In the Virginia State Capital!!! Welcomed to America to shape Washington-Completed two-one in contemporary dress, one in established garments Greek posture inclining toward a heap of bars that symbolizes union Houdon, George Washington, 1788-92

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Burlington and Kent, Chiswick House, 1725 Palladian recovery adjusted from the Villa Rotunda Exact inverse of Baroque favor Seen as a great deal more common than the Baroque-Enlightenment scholars suspected that Classical times were the most "characteristic" condition of man-fulfilled the requests of reason

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Jefferson, Monticello, 1770-84, 1796-1806 Rediscovery of Greek craftsmanship concurred with unearthings of Herculaneum and Pompeii-paleontology turned into the wrath and inside embellishing was impacted by what was found at the site Palladianism called "Georgian" in the Colonies, Greek Revival Jefferson utilized Roman Doric segments rather than Corinthian like Chiswick House

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Romanticism - Enlightenment let free the inverse of reason as well made another influx of emotionalism-known as Romanticism Word got from medieval stories of experience (King Arthur)- Gothic! Those that despised the present social, religious, or political request attempted to frame another request in view of reason, or look for discharge in an enthusiastic affair Romantic venerated nature as unbounded and always showing signs of change Believed that if individuals were allowed to act "normally", then malevolence would vanish magnified freedom, control, love, viciousness, Middle Ages Creation of craftsmanship can\'t be genuinely Romantic since it requires separation and teach Could not utilize set up request of workmanship, so recovery of any past workmanship was prominent Neo-elegance is quite of this thought

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9\'2"X11\'!!! Goya, The Family of Charles IV, 1800 Patrons had a more noteworthy thankfulness for individual style-for the most part shippers and experts Francisco Goya (1746-1828)- just craftsman that can be called virtuoso of this age Had upheaval sensitivities, yet tremendously appreciated at court as representation painter-affected by Velasquez and Rembrandt-Unmasks the illustrious family-makes them look human

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Goya, The Third of May, 1808, 8\'9"X13\'4" Commemorates the French murder of Spanish residents amid Napoleon\'s occupation Very Neo-Baroque style, passionate power of a religious work, however saints are kicking the bucket for freedom image of cutting edge encounter

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Gericault, The Raft of the Medusa, 1818-19 16X23!! In Napoleon, Gericault saw excite of brutal activity, had faith in Michelangelo\'s concept of the expressive force of the bare Rescue of stranded men from a ship wreck-pontoon had been set untied by apprehensive skipper men left beyond words a political embarrassment (he restricted the re-built up government)- look for reality talk with survivors and inspected cadavers Man against the components like Watson and the Shark

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Ingres, Odalisque, 1814 Pupil of David, too youthful to be in any way required with the upheaval (1780-1867) Tried to proceed with the Neo-Classical creeds returned to the old contention of Poussinists v. Rubenistes-suspected that drawing was more imperative than shading But this work of art does not take after his own convention "Odalisque"- Turkish word for an array of mistresses slave young lady fascinating topic extremely well known

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Last incredible expert in the picture painting field-overwhelmed by photography! Both scholarly and loaded with identity bound together mental profundity and reality Ingres, Louis Bertin, 1832

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Damier, Third Class Carriage, 1862 One of the main Romantics that did not bashful from reality-Honore\' Damier-some of the time called a Realist Remained obscure as a painter-known as a political sketch artist Emotional substance more imperative than delineating reality-physically swarmed, yet are not associated at all a current condition, poise of poor people

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Damier, Don Quixote, 1866 New Medium-Lithography-concocted in Germany 1800 Print is made on a level surface, utilizing an oily colored pencil altered onto stone with a corrosive wash. Surface is then hosed the ink repulses the water and is drenched up by the oil paper is squeezed onto the stone to make the prints Very shoddy method for imitating craftsmanship utilized as a part of business printing

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Landscape workmanship turned into the most trademark type of Romantic workmanship faction of nature-changed the presence of nature to come to an increased condition of feeling Corot - turned into a vital designer for current scenes Completed a large portion of his canvas in one sitting "reality existing apart from everything else" First to paint alla fresca-outside! Corot, La Toilette, 1859

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Millet, Shepherdess with her Flock, c. 1850 Part of the Barbizon School, a gathering revolved around Barbizon, close Paris who painted scenes and country life Makes laborers into ageless figures-memorializes a lifestyle that was vanishing because of the modern upset

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Fuseli, The Nightmare, c. 1790 Contemporary of West and Copley, greatly affected his time-commanding identity, impacted by the Mannerists and by Michelangelo and Shakespeare Medieval-like feeling-mission for brutality prompts the intuitive frequently sexual in nature (stallion is a suggestive image)

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Poet-Painter William Blake-extremely bizarre identity a hermit and a visionary Published his own outlined volumes of verse like lit up compositions Great admirer of the Middle Ages Figure is incredibly foreshortened-mannerist sources Stands not for God, but rather for the force of reason, which he accepted was ruinous Blake, The Ancient of Days, 1794

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Landscape painting from perceptible truth Concerned with states of light, sky, and climate Sky is regularly the point of convergence Show well known scenes of English field yet through his eyes Painted oil portrays outside and after that completed them in his studio John Constable, Hampstead Heath 1821

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JMW Turner, The Slave Ship, 1840 Obsessed with shaded light, frequently unrecognizable from unique representations Linked with abstract subjects, frequently included citations at presentations this one depends on a genuine occasion Defeat of man against nature is a topic whole-world destroying quality

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Thomas Cole, Schoon Mountain, Adirondacks, 1838 Finally a craftsmanship in view of the present-saw nature like Europeans-as an escape from development, particularly as investigation spread-seen as exceptionally American Thomas Cole-pioneer of the Hudson River School (1825-1876)- trees and mountains got to be images for the American soul

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Sculpture is significantly less daring than painting amid this day and age Sculpture was more completed and less crude on account of the procedure itself Reinterpretation of the traditional style Antonio Canova-glorification of rulers by making them in an established style Idealized, antecedent to the Odalisque-in spite of the fact that the model really looks less three-dimensional than the artwork Canova, Pauline Borghese As Venus, 1808

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Walpole and Robinson, Strawberry Hill, 1749-77 Gothic Revival-for the most part found in England-vogue for Medieval sentiments Playful and outlandish looking-rather like an amusement stop! Offer is its peculiarity .:

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