Neo-classical and romanticism.

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NEO-CLASSICAL ANDROMANTICISMAssessmentNameThe course nameThe moduleassignment name.
Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................1The different approaches and beliefs in human reason and rationality...........................................2David and Delacroix are views........................................................................................................3
IntroductionThe Renaissance era started in the 1400s in Italy and is one of the most vital parts of theEuropean history as it presents the transition from medieval time to modern age. In the 1600s,this period was followed byBaroque period representing the transformation coming during thereformation. The artist from Renaissance period had their focus on the values and knowledgecoming from Roman and Greek culture. Whereas the Baroque arts can be classified as therecreation of the Renaissance arts which were complex and diverse, emotional, dramatic andeven used by Catholic Counter-Reformation for presenting their voice against Protestantism.Neoclassicism and Romanticism are two eras of literary, artistic and intellectual movementsdepicting the difference between the Western Culture and its history. Neoclassicism ranged from18thcentury to 19thcentury. Whereas, Romanticism began during the elapse of the 18thcentury.The inspiration for Neoclassicism was drawn from places with classical culture and art, AncientRome and Greece. Neoclassicism stressed on logic and reason and their subject dealt primarilywith the human beings. In this era, the technique used did not use any color and no trace ofbrushstroke were seen instead the emphasis was given towards drawing with lines. The primarychief architects of this period were Alexander Pope and John Dryden, and the best painter wasJ.L. David.Romanticism was visible in architecture, literature, and arts. It stresses upon the movements likeIndustrial Revolution and Enlightenment. During romanticism, emotions were given high value.This is the prime reason that emotions and self-experience were given high importance inRomantic Period. The writer of Romanticism era focused on describing nature as compared toNeoclassicism that focused on society. The technique used in this era was rich in color where the
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