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Date Created: 06/30/16
Humanities 6.30.16 Nineteenth- Century Art: Rococo- Die Wies (The Meadow), Asamkirche Neoclassical: Neo means new classical is Greek timing Oath of Horatii, David 1784 White house is an example of neoclassical architecture Neoclassical vs Romanticism Mainly Greco-Roman themes Human centered Quiet heroism, civic duty Stoic, staged, rational, predictable Calm, serene, controlled Also historically oriented Nature tends to overpower Dramatic heroism Emotional, spontaneous, irrational, not predictable Motion, chaos Sublime, supernatural French Romanticism- o Gericault, Raft of Medusa, 1818-19 o Goya, The Third of May, 1808,1814 French Realism- trying to capture the experience of the majority of the French population o Courbet- The Stone Breakers o “Show me an angel and I will paint you an angel.” o Millet- The Gleanors 1857 o Eakins- The Gross Clinic 1857 Impressionism- Monet: Impression, Sunrise 1872 o Seems “unfinished” but that was the painters purpose and that’s how they created it to be. o Wasn’t the “Preferred” style in the time o Capturing the impression of the subject matter
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