ARTH237 Lecture08

ARTH237 Lecture08 - ARTH2372 September22

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ARTH 2372 September 22 Point in history where intimate connection exists between arts and politics After Napoleon I o Napoleon I On his Imperial Throne by Ingres o Vacuum of power opened up; supporters of the borderline Period of Restoration (of the Bourbon Monarchy) o Louis XVIII – union and forgetfulness  o Charles X – ultraroyalists won after death of Louis XVIII Rigid ruler Suffrage rights reduced   had to own more and more land to be eligible to vote Culminating event: 1830 when Charles released the July Ordinances Dissolution of the newly elected chamber of deputies (important as  Takes rights away from the wealthy Bourgeoisie  Stripped the press of freedom of expression Three Glorious Days (27-29 July 1830)   went back to revolution Fight for the Hotel de Ville, Schnetz Liberty Leading the People, Delacroix Distinctive qualities of the revolution: all classes depicted, sentiment
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2009 for the course ARTH 2272 taught by Professor Betzer during the Spring '09 term at UVA.

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ARTH237 Lecture08 - ARTH2372 September22

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