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After the Renaissance
2.With the increasing popularity of the Grand Tour, it became fashionable to collect antiquities as souvenirs, which spread the Neoclassical style through Europe and America.
3.Neoclassicism spanned all of the arts including painting, sculpture, the decorative arts, theatre, literature, music, and architecture.
1.The height of Neoclassicism coincided with the 18th century Enlightenment era, and continued into the early 19th century.
Virgil Reading to Augustus
3.Realists tended to showcase sordid or untidy elements in their paintings.
2.Realist works depicted people of all classes in ordinary life situations, which often reflected the changes brought on by the Industrial and Commercial Revolutions.
1.Realists revolted against the exotic subject matter and exaggerated emotionalism of the Romanticism that had dominated French literature and art since the late 18th century.
Jean Désiré Gustave Courbet
A Burial at Ornans
Woman Baking Bread
2.Romanticism legitimized the individual imagination as a critical authority, which permitted freedom from classical notions of form in art.
3.The Industrial Revolution also influenced Romanticism, which was in part about escaping from modern realitie
1.The ideals of the French Revolution created the context from which both Romanticism and the Counter- Enlightenment emerged.
Liberty Leading the People
The Milkmaid of Bordeaux
1.The most important factors during the Baroque era were the Reformation and the Counter-Reformation ; the development of the Baroque style was considered to be closely linked with the Catholic Church. The popularity of the Baroque style was encouraged by the Catholic Church, which had decided at the Council of Trent that the arts should communicate religious themes and direct emotional involvement in response to the Protestant Reformation .
2.The Baroque style is characterized by exaggerated motion and clear detail used to produce drama, exuberance, and grandeur in sculpture , painting, architecture, literature, dance, and music.
3.The chiaroscuro technique refers to the interplay between light and dark that was often used in Baroque paintings of dimly lit scenes to produce a very high-contrast, dramatic atmosphere.
The Calling of St Matthew (1599-1600)
Peter Paul Rubens
Le debarquement de Marie de Médicis au port de Marseille le 3 November (c. 1622-1625)
2.Rococo style is characterized by elaborate ornamentation, asymmetrical values, pastel color palette, and curved or serpentine lines.
3.Rococo art works often depict themes of love, classical myths, youth, and playfulness.
1.Rococo style developed first in the decorative arts and interior design, and its influence later spread to architecture, sculpture, theater design, painting, and music.
Pilgrimage to Cythera