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Definitions

  1. Romanticism: a movement that reacted against the stiffer, more controlled Neoclassicism. (Web site)
  2. Romanticism is a difficult historical label.
  3. Romanticism - A European movement of the late eighteenth to mid nineteenth century.
  4. Romanticism is the name for the theory and movement of art and philosophy that developed in the nineteenth century in opposition to classicism.
  5. Romanticism : An artistic style which dominated or influenced much of European art through most of the nineteenth century. (Web site)

Movements

  1. D: I-m not sure Romanticism ever was a unified intellectual movement. (Web site)
  2. Starting with Romanticism, the course gives intensive coverage to the major nineteenth-century movements in European painting.

Impressionism

  1. We will study such movements as Romanticism, Impressionism, Cubism and Expressionism.
  2. Themes include: romanticism, luminism, impressionism, tonalism, naturalism, architectural eclecticism, and monumental sculpture.

Century

  1. By the middle of the nineteenth century romanticism had spent its force. (Web site)
  2. At the turn of the 20th century, realism as a dominant movement in France gave way to symbolism and neo-romanticism. (Web site)

Th Century

  1. Literature: History of 19th century French literature from Romanticism to Realism. (Web site)
  2. Explores the movements in the 19th century European art from Romanticism to Post-Impressionism.
  3. Victorian Genres, +29 19th century art @ Heart's Ease- The classical tradition, romanticism, impressionism and pre-raphaelite movements in 19th century art.

Neoclassicism

  1. Topics include neoclassicism, romanticism, realism, and impressionism.
  2. Romanticism might best be described as a reaction against Neoclassicism. (Web site)
  3. An Age of Reason: An Age of Passion Covers the move from the rococo period to neoclassicism and romanticism. (Web site)

Classicism

  1. Unlike classicism or the baroque, romanticism has no definable standards. (Web site)
  2. Just as Mannerism rejected Classicism, so did Romanticism reject the ideas of the Enlightenment and the aesthetic of the Neoclassicists. (Web site)

Literature

  1. GRMN 722. German Romanticism. (3) A study of representative works of German romantic literature by such authors as Schlegel, Tieck, Eichendorff, Novalis.
  2. Professor, Comparative Literature and English. The literature and theory of trauma; psychoanalytic writing; literary theory; German and British Romanticism.

Romanticism

  1. A selection of links, including a section on American Romanticism.
  2. ROmanticism gave direct rise to Neo-Classicism.
  3. Tied to romanticism is its precursor, sentimentalism.
  4. Romanticism is in evidence by Eugene Delacroix's Christ on the Sea of Galilee, 1854 and Collision of Moorish Horseman, 1843-44. (Web site)
  5. The topic is complex enough that most "characteristics" taken as defining Romanticism have also been taken as its opposite by different scholars. (Web site)

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