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Definitions

  1. The term "Romanticism" did not come into use in England until the mid 19th Century.
  2. Romanticism is a response to neo-Classicism (or the Age of Reason) and in England it lasted from 1789 to 1832.
  3. Romanticism is a literary formation. (Web site)
  4. Romanticism is a self-expression movement in the arts. (Web site)
  5. Romanticism was a movement in literature that celebrated the individual.

Romanticism

  1. Romanticism A European movement of the late eighteenth to mid nineteenth century.
  2. The late 18th and 19th centuries; romanticism and naturalism. (Web site)
  3. ROMANTICISM [romanticism] term loosely applied to literary and artistic movements of the late 18th and 19th cent. (Web site)
  4. But Romanticism is a formal philosophical perspective and artistic movement.
  5. His work predicted the dominant movements of modern art in the 19th and 20th centuries: Romanticism, Impressionism, Expressionism and Surrealism. (Web site)

Realism

  1. But by the 1880s, psychological and social realism was competing with romanticism.
  2. A survey of movements in painting and sculpture from the French Revolution through the periods of Romanticism, Realism, and Impressionism.

Classicism

  1. The use of classicism stretches from the Renaissance to the Romanticism period.
  2. It will continue with examination of problems inherent in terminology; ie. 'Rococo', 'Neo Classicism', 'Romanticism'.

Th Century

  1. The classical tradition romanticism impressionism and pre-raphaelite movements in 19th century art.
  2. But going both backward and forward from the 19th century, we find romantics and romanticism continually reintroducing themselves, if only in isolated cases.

Romantic

  1. A research Paper by C romanticism. Fernandez on the multicultural aspects of the romantic poetry of Charlotte Turner Smith.
  2. In Romanticism and its Discontents, Brookner begins by distinguishing between Romanticism and the Romantic movement. (Web site)

Arts

  1. The roots of the movement can be traced to romanticism, symbolism and the Arts and Crafts movement.
  2. The Victorian Era, as a whole, is characterized by a romanticism in all areas of the arts. (Web site)

German Romanticism

  1. Third, Dark Romanticism hides within other movements. (Web site)
  2. French romanticism is a decidedly eclectic phenomenon.
  3. Gans calls Rousseau the "father" of Romanticism (1998:75). (Web site)
  4. It was (and is) a refreshing contrast to the weepy sentimentalism of Romanticism. (Web site)
  5. The sentimentality of Neo-Classicism eventually sided with the rise of Romanticism (1750-1900).

Companion

  1. Mandatory Reading for Romanticists Wu's Companion should be mandatory reading for serious scholars of English Romanticism.
  2. For the most part the reader need only read this book alongside the companion text, Duncan Wu's Romanticism (also published by Blackwells).

Enlightenment

  1. Around 1800, Romanticism emerged as a reaction to Neoclassicism. (Web site)
  2. In addition, romanticism was a philosophical revolt against rationalism. (Web site)
  3. More than anything else, Romanticism was a reaction against the Enlightenment.
  4. Just as Mannerism rejected Classicism, so did Romanticism reject the ideas of the Enlightenment and the aesthetic of the Neoclassicists. (Web site)

Neo-Romanticism

  1. The term neo-romanticism is synonymous with post-Romanticism or late Romanticism. (Web site)
  2. Neo-romanticism tended to shed somewhat the emphasis of Romanticism on 'the hero' and romantic nationalism. (Web site)
  3. In the visual arts romanticism is used to refer loosely to a trend that appears at any time, and specifically to the art of the early 19th cent. (Web site)

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