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Unformatted text preview: John Constable, and William Blake. In the United States, the leading Romantic movement was the Hudson River School of dramatic landscape painting. Obvious successors of Romanticism include the Pre-Raphaelite movement and the Symbolists. But Impressionism, and through it almost all of 20th century art, is also firmly rooted in the Romantic tradition. REPRESENTATIVE ARTISTS: George Stubbs William Blake John Martin Francisco Goya Sir Thomas Lawrence John Constable Eugene Delacroix Sir Edwin landseer Caspar David Friedrich JMW Turner...
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