Chapter 12 study guide

Chapter 12 study guide - their country. 9. Napoleon...

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Alley 1 Nicholas Alley Professor Clarke HUMA 1301 C06 3-30-06 Chapter 12 Study Guide 1. Six characteristics of Romanticism are: Nature, passion, the sublimed, attitude, revolt, and subjectiviness. 2. Some characteristics of Romantic art are: color, visible brush strokes, texture, tones, temperament, accident, and emotion. 3. The Romantic viewed nature as a source of divine inspiration. They viewed God a good one. 4. Three motifs in Wordsworth’s poetry are: vision, sight, and wondering around. 5. John Constable painted landscapes. He used the sky and how light reflected off of everything in all of his works. 6. Joseph Mallord William Turner used a technique in which he blurred the edges of his work. This technique would later be used in materialism. 7. Transcendentalism held that knowledge gained by way of intuition transcended knowledge based on reason and logic; they urged people to discover their spiritual selves through sympathy with nature. 8. Romanticism heroes were abolitionist, unlike the heroes of before who had served
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Unformatted text preview: their country. 9. Napoleon probably was a Romantic hero. He helped spread the revolutionary ideas of liberty, fraternity, and equality. Alley 2 10. The writers of this time were not concerned with romantic love, instead they wrote about gaining knowledge. 11. The art during this time all had multiple people, but what they were doing varied. In some they were surrendering to authority, in others they were celebrating victory, and others they were gaining freedom. 12. Both Goya and Gericault painted war scenes. 13. Delacroixs Liberty Leading the People is significant because it is the model of how The Statue of Liberty was made. 14. Romanticism music abandoned the precise forms and clear contours of classical music in favor of expanded or loosened form, lyrical melodies, and lively shifts in meter and tempo; the orchestra also grew during this time. The most well known composer during this time was Beethoven. 15....
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