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Romantic Period.pptx

  1. RECAL L
  2. What is the topic last time?
  3. Neoclassical Period
  4. Who are the representatives of this period?
  5. Jacques Louis Davis Jean Dominique Ingris
  6. What the do you call this style of play with light and dark?
  7. Chiaroscuro
  8. Give the two artworks they have made.
  9. His admiration to this Emperor that is why it is one of his subject in his painting, who is this artist?
  10. What is the central figure of Jacques' painting?
  11. Objectives: a. to identify the elements and art principles used during the Romantic Period; b. reflect on the concepts and ideas have just been introduced; and c. create artwork applying one of the art movements.
  12. What are the elements and art principles used during Romantic period?
  13. Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828)- Spanish Artist One of the greatest artist in Spain. Tutored by a famous art teacher of Spain named Luzan Saragoza. He continued his art studies in Rome, which made him a master artist.
  14. He became the official painter of the royal court of King Charles IV when he went back to Spain. Goya became deaf due to an unknown illness during his midlife. As he grew old, he became aloft and very critical of the social and political events of his time. It was also noticeable that his paintings became "dark and pessimistic." His artistic works during this time included images of ghosts and witches. He died in 1828. He remained famous in the art world because of his ability to read human character and effectively portray that character on his canvass.
  15. The Third of May
  16. Goya effectively portrayed emotions of disappointment and disgust over the killings of ordinary Spaniards by French soldiers in his painting "The Third of May".
  17. The colors he used suggest strong aversion, cold carnage, and nauseating horror.
  18. Isabel As a court painter, Goya successfully portrayed Queen Isabel's dignified elegance and composure.
  19. Romantic Period
  20. originally referred to something "romance-like," This means one that resembles the strange and fanciful character of
  21. on the other hand, is a movement in art and literature during the late 18th and 19th centuries. It is worthy to note that the Romantic Movement in arts
  22. What are the ideas, moods, and messages that are conveyed by the artworks of the Romantic period?
  23. Romantic period were expressive of intense feelings. The artists were highly imaginative and emotional. Their works had a kind of
  24. During the 18th century, feelings or emotion began to be considered more important than reason. This was shown in other forms of art like literature.
  25. In addition to reasons, feelings and imagination began to be strongly reflected in the visual arts.
  26. What are the influences of the Romantic Movement on the succeeding art movements?
  27. 1. The Romantic Movement affected the moral, social, and political life of the Europeans and Americans for almost half a century (1800-1850). It became the visual, musical, and literary expression of man's basic rights and his exercise of freedom.
  28. 2. The Romantic Movement contributed in the development of nationalistic pride. It was used as a way of expressing the superiority of the senses and emotions over reason and intellect.
  29. 3. Romanticism highly influenced the next form of art. A line can be traced from Englishman watercolorist John Constable through the Barbizon school to Impressionism.
  30. 4. A more direct influence of Romanticism was Symbolism, which had refined of intensified the romantic characteristics of highlighting emotions, imagination. and dreamlike qualities.
  31. 5. Romanticism continues to influence the 20th century Expressionism and Surrealism. This is shown in Romanticism's basic principles of originality, self- expression, and artistic freedom.
  32. How did the artists during the Romantic period contribute to the evolution of various forms of art?
  33. Elements of Romantic Art That Stretched Influences Barbizon School of Art (1830s-1860) Impressionis m (1870s- 1890s) Modernism (1940s- 1970s) Elements of Romantic Art That Stretched Influences Elements of Romantic Art That Stretched Influences
  34. What are the influences of iconic artists belonging to the Neoclassic and Romantic periods to the evolution of various forms of art (Expressionism, Cubism, 3D and installation Art)?
  35. Elements of Romantic Art That Stretched Influences Expresionism (1890s- 1930's) Cubism (1910-1960s) 3D and Installation (1920s-to present) Elements of Romantic Art That Stretched Influences Elements of Romantic Art That Stretched Influences
  36. Who are the artists that best represent the Romantic period? How did they use their artwork to derive the traditions/history of their culture (landscapes images of people at work and play, portrait studies, etc.)?
  37. Eugene Ferdinand Victor Delacroix (1798-1863), French
  38. Liberty Leading the People To achieve his purpose, what Delacroix loved to paint? To point the noble and courageous actuation of man, what delacroix used?
  39. Théodore Géricault (1791-1824)
  40. Raft of the Medusa
  41. Jean François Millet
  42. The Man with the Hoe
  43. The Gleaner Women
  44. J. M. W. Turner
  45. Neopolitan Fisher Firls, Surprised, Bathing in Moonlight
  46. What is the difference between the arts of the Neoclassic and Romantic periods?
  47. Summary of Romanticism The artists emphasized that sense and emotions - not simply reason and order - were equally important means of understanding and experiencing the world. Romanticism celebrated the individual imagination and intuition in the enduring search for individual rights and liberty.
  48. Choose among: Abstraction Cubism And draw it to a 1 short coupon bond work with your partner.