Module 5 –Romanticism Match the Romantic theme to its description 1.Exoticism A.People supported political reform that was meant to grant rights to oppressed groups and equality for all. 2.Passion B.Many Romantic artists found truth and inspiration in the natural world and sought to experience the powerful emotions that occurred when encountering the sublime. 3.Individualism C.The glorification of gifted and artistic individuals who challenged tradition and followed their own passions. 4.Nationalism D.As cross-continental transportation became more common and colonialism spread, Europeans expressed their fascination with nonwestern cultures in their art and literature. 5.Nature E.The celebration and promotion of human individuality, which created newfound respect for the figure of the imaginative genius. 6.Heroism F.Romantic artists explored the full spectrum of uninhibited human emotion and generally favored the strong sentiments of affection, sorrow, and romantic longing over the rational and logical. 7.Revolution G.Many Western countries sought to distinguish their cultural practices, leading Romantic artists to express their national identities with pride through their works.
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