Romanticism– An introduction | overview | Easy explanation

Romanticism– An introduction | overview | Easy explanation

Romanticism

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Category: 1 (Countries)

Category: 2 (Writers)

Romanticism- Introduction through upper written categories.

These two above written categories, “Countries” and “Writers” comprise an essential aspect of the life of this artist. Romanticism is an art style of elite class which played a vital role in Romanticism renaissance movement.

You would know these things in this article:- Basic characteristics, Context and place in history & Influence of European Romanticism on American writers..

There are other art movements such as “Impressionism,” “Surrealism,” and “Mannerism” which are similar to some extent.

Some artists of Romanticism come from other art styles such as William Blake, Francisco Goya, Eugène Delacroix, Caspar David Friedrich, and J. M. W. Turner.

This art movement (Romanticism) has many famous paintings/artworks such as “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog,” “The Soul of the Rose,” and “The Monk by the Sea.”

If you see the beauty of these paintings, then “The Desperate Man” comes at first place which is beautiful, “The Third of May 1808,” sometimes comes at the second place due to its demand.

If you (As a/an Romanticism student) really want to read comprehensively then read these sections– “Countries (artistic approach)” and “Writers (Other aspects).”

These categories comprise in-depth knowledge, especially- “Countries”-A Category.

ROMANTICISM was an art movement, and if you want to read about Romanticism comprehensively, then you should also cover its most famous artist– William Blake, Francisco Goya, Eugène Delacroix, Caspar David Friedrich, and J. M. W. Turner.

But if you have less time, then you may select- Romanticism Characteristic section.

Romanticism- Characteristics

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Romanticism- 4 Frequently asked questions

  1. What is Romanticism?

Romanticism is an art movement, and the Romanticism artist tries to express artistic thought through Romanticism paintings/artworks.

There are so many artists such as William Blake, Francisco Goya, and Eugène Delacroix who defined this art style through their artworks such as “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog,” “The Soul of the Rose” and “The Monk by the Sea.”

Thus Romanticism is a pastiche of many different art styles such as “Impressionism,” “Surrealism,” “Mannerism” etc.

  1. Why is Romanticism still popular today?

There are two things, the demand of Romanticism paintings/artworks and fame of Romanticism artists. Still, there are many artworks which are in huge demand such as “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog,” “The Soul of the Rose” and “The Desperate Man.”

Still, there are many European exhibitions which display– “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog,” “The Desperate Man,” “The Monk by the Sea.”

These Romanticism paintings show the popularity of this art style. William Blake, J. M. W. Turner, and Eugène Delacroix are other factors of its popularity.

  1. What do you think about Romanticism?

Romanticism is an artistic and intellectual art movement which has a complicated history; Romanticism was the way of expression for “J. M. W. Turner,” “Eugène Delacroix,” and “William Blake.”

In philosophy and the history of ideas, this art style is very diverse. See category- “Countries” and “Writers.”

You would get the depth of this art style, through Romanticism artworks, artists try to emphasize on the free flow of expression.

Artworks of Romanticism artists explore the relationship between celebrity culture (Countries) and visual expression (Writers).

  1. What are the features of Romanticism?

This art style is trendy; Romanticism emerged in 1770 as a/an Romanticism movement when there was artistic standoff among European countries.

Some artists such as “Caspar David Friedrich,” “William Blake” and “J. M. W. Turner.”

Actually, if you want to know the features of the Romanticism movement, then you should read about “William Blake” and “Francisco Goya.” And you may also know it by going through these categories- “Countries” and “Writers.”

These categories cover everything comprehensively.

Romanticism- Five topmost artists

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Romanticism- Introduction of these artists.

1st WILLIAM BLAKE– William Blake is the artist of Romanticism art movement who played a vital role in the Romanticism art movement renaissance, the date of birth of this artist is 28 November 1757, and the place of birth is- Pob1.

This artist is known for/as Royal Academy (English poet, painter, and printmaker). Due to regional effect, Paintings of this Romanticism artist show resemblance with these areas. The artistic qualification of this artist is- Royal Academy (English poet, painter, and printmaker).

But still, it’s a beauty of this Romanticism art movement that you may compare these artworks with each other- “The Monk by the Sea,” “The Soul of the Rose,” “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog,” “The Third of May 1808” and “The Desperate Man.”

Notable works:- Songs of Innocence and of Experience & Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing (1786).

Qualification:- Royal Academy (English poet, painter, and printmaker).

2nd FRANCISCO GOYA– The date of birth of Francisco Goya is 30 March 1746, this artist was born during the Romanticism period when the Romanticism art movement was on the peak wherein Francisco Goya had played a vital role in this art movement.

The date of birth of this artist is 30 MARCH 1746, and the place of birth is- POB2. The artistic qualification of this artist is- Carpenter in philosophical or theological matters (Spanish romantic painter and printmaker).

Notable works:- Sacrifice to Pan, 1771 & The Parasol, 1777.

Qualification:- Carpenter in philosophical or theological matters (Spanish romantic painter and printmaker).

3rd EUGÈNE DELACROIX– This name also emerged during the Romanticism art movement. The artwork demand of Eugène Delacroix is a little bit lesser than William Blake.

But the artworks of this artist (Eugène Delacroix) are also very beautiful. The artistic qualification of this artist is- School of art (French Romantic artist).

Notable works:- Liberty Leading the People (1830) & Christ on the Sea of Galilee, 1854.

Qualification:- School of art (French Romantic artist).

4th CASPAR DAVID FRIEDRICH– The artistic qualification of this artist is- School of art and craft (German Romantic landscape painter).  Caspar David Friedrich is the artist of the Romanticism art movement who also played a vital role in the Romanticism art movement renaissance.

The date of birth of this artist is 5 September 1774, and the place of birth is pob4. This artist is known for/as School of art and craft (German Romantic landscape painter).

Notable works:- The Sea of Ice (1823) & The Abbey in the Oakwood (1808).

Qualification:- School of art and craft (German Romantic landscape painter).

5th J. M. W. TURNER– The date of birth of this artist is 23 April 1775, and the artistic qualification of this artist is- Royal Academy of Arts (English Romantic painter). The artworks demand of J. M. W. Turner is a little bit lesser than William Blake.

But then also, paintings of this Romanticism artist remain in high demand.

Notable works:- Calais Pier, 1801 & Shipping, 1828.

Qualification:- Royal Academy of Arts (English Romantic painter).

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