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Week 1: RomanticismThemes: RomanticismEarly nineteenth-century Romantic painting in France, Spain, Germany, England and the United StatesGenres of painting contemporary history landscape painting Study Questions: What stylistic features are typical in Romantic painting? How did Romantic painters depict contemporary events?What kind of emotions does nature invoke in Romantic landscape painting? Key Terms: LithographyLandscape painting The sublime Romanticismsubjective and individual seeks to convey inner truth celebrates spontaneity, emotional authenticity, imagination and spirituality Stylistic featuresloose brushworkintense colorscomplex compositionsturbulent emotionsexpressive poses and gesturesSubject mattercontemporary history paintingslandscapes naturalistic Romantic Painting in FranceContemporary history paintingrecent events with universal themeshuman tragedypolitical implicationsThéodore Géricault idealized figuresEugène Delacroixmixture of fact and fictionorientalist Examples: Jacques-Louis David, Napoleon Crossing the Saint-Bernard, 1800-01crisp, clear lines1
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represents the formal elements of drawing and rendering Joseph Mallord William Turner, Snowstorm: Hannibal and His Army Crossing the Alps, 1812loose brushstrokes and expressive handling of paintThéodore Géricault, Raft of the “Medusa,”1818-19combination on Neoclassical idealism and Romantic fidelity painting depicts a contemporary political scandal and the universal theme of the human struggle against the elementsThéodore Géricault, Pity the Sorrows of a Poor Old Man,1821lithography sought to raise social consciousness regarding the plight of the urban poor meant to be understandable to a general public and distributed to middle-class audience Eugène Delacroix, Scenes from the Massacre at Chios, 1822-24Eugène Delacroix, Liberty Leading the People,1830most well known paintingemotional favor of the revolutionaries is distilled into the female figure of Liberty scenes leave room for imagination Eugène Delacroix, Women of Algiers, 1834Francisco GoyaSpanish Romantic painterPortrayal of the royal family court painter to Charles IVless idealization Social commentary Francisco Goya, Family of Charles IV, 1800refuses to flatter the royal family informal, possibly mocking his subjectsFrancisco Goya, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, No. 43 from Los Caprichos, 1796-98explicitly portrayed the dark side of human nature functioned as commentary of social ills, arguing that evils of the world come about when reason sleepsFrancisco Goya, Third of May,1808, 1814-1815depicted the massacre of Spanish rebels by the French army makes a statement regarding the impersonality of destruction in warRomantic Landscape PaintingGermany, England and the United StatesTwo related typesthe dynamicinvoking a sense of sublimeterrifying and attractive at the same time“Delightful terror”

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