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Title: Romanticism, Realism


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Romanticism, Realism Impressionism
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Romanticism
  • 18-19th century cultural movement
  • Began in Germany England
  • Influenced by folklore historical tales, and
    fed by nationalism
  • Included art, music literature
  • Aspects are religion, exoticism, individualism,
    emotion and nature

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William Wordsworth
  • ON THE EXTINCTION OF THE VENETIAN REPUBLIC, 1802
  • by William Wordsworth (1770-1850)
  • ONCE did she hold the gorgeous East in fee
  • And was the safeguard of the West
  • the worth Of Venice did not fall below her birth,
  • Venice, the eldest Child of Liberty.
  • She was a maiden City, bright and free
  • No guile seduced, no force could violate
  • And, when she took unto herself a mate,
  • She must espouse the everlasting Sea.
  • And what if she had seen those glories fade,
  • Those titles vanish, and that strength decay
  • Yet shall some tribute of regret be paid
  • When her long life hath reach'd its final day
  • Men are we, and must grieve when even the Shade
  • Of that which once was great is pass'd away.

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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • (1749-1832)
  • German
  • Influenced many modern literary talents
  • Best known for poem Faust

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Ludvig van Beethoven
  • 1770-1827
  • Romantic composer, classical composer
  • Became deaf at age 30
  • Suffered from depression
  • An immense amount of music and personality is
    depicted in the movie Immortal Beloved
  • Ninth Symphony is best example of Romantic work

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Guiseppe Verdi
  • 1813-1901
  • Italian nationalist opera composer
  • Best known for Rigoletto, Requiem, Otello,
    Falstaff
  • Examples of Aida are famous for the tenors who
    have sung, i.e. Luciano Pavoratti

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Richard Wagner
  • 1813-1833
  • German composer, best known for operas
  • Noted works The Ring of the Nibelung (Ride of
    the Valkyries) Tristan und Isolde
  • Develops chromaticism
  • Influences German nationalists, Nazis,
    anti-Semites, pop culture (Apocalypse Now)

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Jacques-Louis David
  • 1748-1825
  • Starts in Neoclassical style then moves to
    Romantic with nationalism of French Revolutions
  • See Oath of the Horatii, Death of Marat
    Napoleon
  • Sympathizes with French revolution, but later
    pro-Napoleon

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Eugene Delacroix
  • 1798-1863
  • Considered greatest French Romantic painter
  • Use of color, exotic locales, nationalism
    emotion
  • Influences impressionist artists with color

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JMW Turner
  • 1775-1851
  • English artist
  • Landscape
  • Incorporates Industrial Revolution into art
  • Recluse
  • Famous for Dido building Carthage, Rain, Steam
    and Speed, Grand Canal, Venice

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Realism
  • 19th century art movement
  • Start in France as reaction to Romanticism
  • Artists want to show life as it truly is
  • Benefits from new technology such as camera

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Charles Dickens
  • 1812-1870
  • British author
  • Prolific
  • Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, A Christmas
    Carol, A Tale of Two Cities

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Honoré de Balzac
  • 1799-1850
  • French journalist
  • Friends with many Romantic writers
  • Serialized works to gain most money
  • Criticized monarchies (Napoleon Louis Philippe)
  • The Human Comedy

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Honoré Daumier
  • 1808-79
  • French painter, satirist, sculptor, caricaturist
  • Focuses on lower classes
  • Shows compassion
  • Admired by other artists, even impressionists
  • Best known for 3rd class carriage, Gargantua
    the Collector

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Gustave Courbet
  • 1819-77
  • Considered best of realist painters
  • French
  • Mixes politics with art
  • Paints nudes
  • Famous for The Stone Breakers, Burial at Ornans
    Artists Studio
  • Influnences impressionists

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Impressionism
  • 19th century-20th century cultural movement
  • Encompasses art, music literature (mainly
    paintings)
  • Tries to capture first glimpse of scene
  • Uses unmixed paints
  • Starts in France as reaction against realism
  • Sets stage for modern art movements

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Claude Debussy
  • 1862 1918
  • French composer
  • Child prodigy
  • Prelude Nocturnes change career
  • Wanted free music
  • Died of cancer

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Maurice Ravel
  • 1875 - 1937
  • Friends with Debussy
  • Meticulous, worked with all instruments
  • Series of accidents
  • Transporter in WWI
  • Famous for Bolero
  • Died of Picks Disease

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Claude Monet
  • 1840-1926
  • Most famous painter
  • French
  • Caricaturist, landscape artist, impressionist
  • Blind by end of career
  • Famous for series of paintings
  • Started with Impression Sunrise

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Edgar Degas
  • 1834-1917
  • French painter, mostly pastels
  • Horses and dancers
  • Also known for portraits
  • Subjects off-center

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