Lecture 3 - Neoclassicism Romantic I Schinkels Painting a...

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Neoclassicism: Romantic I. Schinkel’s Painting a. Famous for building sets for Berlin Opera house b. Liked Gothic c. Loved Romantic side as well as Rational d. Sublime – incredible rush of emotions in awe of beauty i. Romantic Architecture – emphasize imagination sentiment, emotional reaction of observer 1. Escape from hardness of society II. Horace Walpole a. Strawberry Hill b. Rococo, but domestic and comfortable c. Industrial Revolution escape d. Castle of Otranto i. First Gothic novel e. Gothic Tales i. Always set in architecture III. Hameau a. Escapism – Marie Antoinette IV.Kensington Garden a. Pagoda b. Escapism – dreaming of China in London c. China was important to economy V. Virginia State Capitol a. Can be seen as Rational and/or Romantic VI.Arch of Triumph a. Napoleon b. Tribute to past (Roman emperors) c. Proportions are too large d. Arch of Titus is 1/10 the size e. Romantically blown up in size VII. Washington Monument a. Robert Mills b. 1836 c. Obelisk
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course HAA 0040 taught by Professor Franktoker during the Fall '10 term at Pittsburgh.

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Lecture 3 - Neoclassicism Romantic I Schinkels Painting a...

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