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HUEC 4072:  HISTORY OF DRESS AND ADORNMENT AFTER 1700 Chapter 12: The Romantic Period 1820 – 1850 Background Information Dr. Jenna T. Kuttruff School of Human Ecology Louisiana State University
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c. 1820 - 1850 THE ROMANTIC PERIOD
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Named after the  movement in the arts  and literature that  stressed expression of  emotions, the  Romantic Period  valued imagination  over rational thought  and returned to the  historic past for  inspiration. Victor Hugo
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Romanticism Form of rebellion against restriction on artistic expression Inner emotions should be fully expressed Art should please the senses Imagination more important than reason Romantics ignored social conventions Preferred other times and other places Invented the historical novel
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Art in the Romantic Period Eugene Delacroix, French , Algerian Women in Their Apartments, 1834. http://www.artchive.com/artchive/D/delacroix/delacroix_algiers.jpg.html Joseph Mallord William Turner, English, View of Venice: The Ducal Palace, Dogana, and Part of San Giorgio, 1841.
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Literature in the Romantic Period Alexandre Dumas 1802-1870 The Three Musketeers Count of Monte Cristo Sir Walter Scott 1771-1832 Ivanhoe Mary Godwin Shelley 1797-1851 Frankenstein
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Music in the Romantic Period Frederic Chopin 1810-1849 Robert Schuman 1810-1854 Franz Liszt 1811-1886
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La belle Ferronière Leonardo daVinci, c. 1490 http://gallery.euroweb.hu/html/l/leonardo/03/index . html French Fashion Plate Showing Woman with Ferroniere, 1831 http://www.costumes.org/history/100pages/timelinepages/1830to1840 .html Revived elements of historic dress Ferroniere Neck ruff Sleeve styles Costume balls in vogue
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Fancy Ball Costume, c. 1826. Designed to represent the fashion from the era of Charles II (Baroque).
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