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Romanticism. A Movement Across the Arts. Definition. Romanticism refers to a movement in art, literature, and music during the 19 th century. Romanticism is characterized by the 5 “I”s Imagination Intuition Idealism Inspiration Individuality. Imagination.
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Sentimentalism A Movement Across the Arts

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Definition Romanticism alludes to a development in craftsmanship, writing, and music amid the 19 th century. Sentimentalism is portrayed by the 5 "I"s Imagination Intuition Idealism Inspiration Individuality

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Imagination was underscored over "reason." This was a reaction against the realism described by the Neoclassical period or "Time of Reason." Imagination was viewed as vital for making all craftsmanship. English essayist Samuel Taylor Coleridge called it "scholarly instinct."

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Intuition Romantics put esteem on "instinct," or feeling and impulses, over reason. Feelings were imperative in Romantic workmanship. English Romantic William Wordsworth portrayed verse as "the unconstrained flood of intense emotions."

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Idealism is the idea that we can improve the world a place. Optimism alludes to any hypothesis that underscores the soul, the brain, or dialect over matter – thought has a pivotal part in making the world the way it is. Immanuel Kant, a German logician, held that the mind compels the world we see to take the state of space-and-time.

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Inspiration The Romantic craftsman, performer, or essayist, is an "enlivened maker" instead of a "specialized ace." What this implies is "running with the occasion" or being unconstrained, as opposed to "getting it exact."

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Individuality Romantics praised the person. Amid this era, Women\'s Rights and Abolitionism were flourishing as significant developments. Walt Whitman, a later Romantic essayist, would compose a sonnet entitled "Tune of Myself": it starts, "I praise myself… "

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Origins Romanticism started to flourish as a development taking after the French Revolution. The distribution of Lyrical Ballads by William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge in 1792 is viewed as the start of abstract Romanticism.

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The Arts Romanticism was a development over every one of human expressions: visual craftsmanship, music, and writing. The majority of expressions of the human experience grasped topics common in the Middle Ages: gallantry, elegant love. Writing and craftsmanship from this time delineated these subjects. Music (ballet performances and musical shows) represented these topics. Shakespeare returned into vogue.

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Neoclassical workmanship was unbending, extreme, and apathetic; it noticed back to old Greece and Rome Romantic craftsmanship was passionate, profoundly felt, individualistic, and colorful. It has been depicted as a response to Neoclassicism, or "against Classicism." Visual Arts

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Visual Arts: Examples Romantic Art Neoclassical Art

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"Established" performers included arrangers like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Franz Josef Haydn. Sentimental performers included arrangers like Frederic Chopin, Franz Lizst, Pyotr Il\'yich Tchaikovsky Music

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1730-1820. Traditional music accentuated inside request and adjust. 1800-1910. Sentimental music underscored articulation of emotions. Music: Components

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Literature In America, Romanticism most firmly affected writing. Scholars investigated otherworldly and gothic topics. Essayists expounded on nature – Transcendentalists trusted G-d was in nature, not at all like "Period of Reason" scholars like Franklin and Jefferson, who saw G-d as a "celestial watchmaker," who made the universe and left it to run itself.

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