Romanticism By Kiaraly, doughboi, chris, and cullen.

What is romanticism?

A style of art, literature, and etc., during the late 18th century and 19th centuries that emphasized imagination and emotions.
The quality or state of being romantic.

5 examples of Romanticism


Music during the 18th and 19th century. In the Romantic period, music became more expressive and emotional, expanding to surround literary, artistic, and philosophical themes.

Berlioz was born on December 11th of 1803 in La Côte-Saint-André, France and he died March 8th of 1869 in Paris.

Berlioz - The Damnation of Faust (one of his dramatic piece)

Brahms was born on May 7th of 1833 in Hamburg, Germany and died on April 3rd of 1897 in Vienna, Austria

Johannes Brahms - Hungarian Dance No. 5

Beethoven was born in December of 1770 in Bonn, Germany and died on March 26th of 1827 in Vienna, Austria

Beethoven: No. 59


Stormy Coast Scene after a Shipwreck

By: French Painter (early 19th century)

Vernet, the youngest member of an artistic dynasty, emerged as a highly respected and prolific history painter in the 1820s and 1830s. This turbulent coast scene evokes the shipwreck imagery that his grandfather, Joseph Vernet, popularized in mid-eighteenth-century France; these images catered to the growing taste for the sublime, an aesthetic that celebrated the awe-inspiring power of nature. A direct descendant of such sublime views, Vernet's painterly rendering of the aftermath of a shipwreck reflects the Romantic predilection for violence and pathos.

The natchez

By: Eugene Delacroix

In 1823, Delacroix began to paint this scene from Chateaubriand’s widely read Romantic novel Atala, which narrates the fate of the Natchez tribe in the wake of the French and Indian War (1754–63). After putting the canvas aside for about a decade, he finally completed the picture for the Paris Salon of 1835. In the catalogue, Delacroix provided this explanatory note: "Fleeing the massacre of their tribe, two young savages traveled up the Mississippi River. During the voyage, the woman was taken by pain of labor. The moment is that when the father holds the newborn in his hands, and both regard him tenderly."


Nathaniel Harthorne (1804-1864)

By nathaniel harthorne

John Keats (1795-1821)

By: John Keats

Characteristics of Romanticism:

- Interest in the common man and childhood.

- Strong senses, emotions, and feelings.

- Awe of nature.

- Celebration of the individual.

- Importance of imagination.

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