Romanticism - 1826 Romanticism(Fig 22-17 Delacroix Liberty...

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Midterm - April 7 - Exactly the same format as before - Vocabulary – cumulative (since the beginning of the semester) - Know the hierarchy of subject matters and visual features for the French Academy - Slide i.d.’s (‘knowns’) – Only since last exam - Unknown slide i.d.’s - cumulative
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Romanticism c. 1780 - 1850
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Delacroix, Death of Sardanapalus,
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Unformatted text preview: 1826 Romanticism (Fig 22-17) Delacroix, Liberty Leading the People , 1830 Romanticism (Fig 22-18) Fuseli, The Nightmare, 1781 English Romanticism (Fig 22-9) Fuseli, The Nightmare (second version) 1790-1 Fuseli, Silence, c. 1799-1802 English Romanticism Blake, Ancient of Days, c. 1794 English Romanticism (Fig. 22-10)...
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