From 1789- 1848--- ROMANTICS The Romantics- revolted against

From 1789- 1848--- ROMANTICS The Romantics- revolted against

From 1789- 1848--- ROMANTICS The Romantics- revolted against the pragmatism and Logic of the Age of Enlightenment

They were part of the French Revolution of 1789 And the European Revolt of 1848 and the Revolutions in

South American the French Revolution dissolved into chaos and the Napoleonic Wars

The Romantics were Individuals- social independence- all for changes in education,

Changes in social welfare, changes in expression in the arts Wanted freedom of expression: The SUBLIME in art like Turner

Political paintings as in the work of Delacroix and the world of human folly as in GOYA

Photography as an exploratory form Architecture from other time periods

HEAD vs HEART ( neo-classicists vs romanticists)

The Romantic ArchitectureIron- used as the Interior and instead of the Exterior Iron and glass on the outside for the more adventurous Revivals of Nostalgic proportions- Islamic, Medieval, Gothic and Romanesque

Even Egyptian- MCV 1845, Washington obelisk 1848- Robert Mills

Romantic Artist Temperamental

Critical Refined

Daring Melancholy Anti-hero

Turner- tied himself to the deck of a ship to feel the ship burning Fuseli- kept sketches of his Nightmares which his wife burned

Delacroix and Gros- political message in the work Rude- Lionized the French Revolution (s) and so did Hugo

Goya- explored the mind! Gericault drew people from the insane asylum and took body parts from

Surgeons Photography- Camera Obscura used in the latter century- 17th Century

Photosensitive paper created photograms- which represented outlines of objects Modern Photography- England and France

French- daguerreotype after Louise Dagerre- single image with detail- no negative English- Talbot invented the calotype- with a negative on glass could reproduce

many images- Showed at the Royal Academy in 1839 As shutter speeds got faster- could take pictures of people so they would not

Have to sit still for so long PHOTOGRAPY WAS THE GREAT EQUALIZER- anyone could take pictures, anyone Could learn no schools or rules- women!

Romantic SculpturePolitical Agendas just like paintings

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