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Coming Together- Nationalism Ascendant
Transcript of Coming Together- Nationalism Ascendant
(Thomas Cole: top, Asher Durand: bottom) Genre Artists The Genre Artists of the time expressed the joy and happiness of the people through paintings. These were drawn because of the opportunity that was present. (Art) Cultural Developments Jefferson believed in the Classical Revival over the Georgian style for public buildings because of the Greek and Roman views on life and also because of the new form of democracy that was being created. Jefferson dislike King George which is what the Georgian style of architecture was name after. Jefferson also liked the look of this Classical Revival. (Architecture) Jean Chairez
Per. 4 Cultural Developments (Literature) Ralph Waldo Emerson: "Character"
Theme- Finding Yourself
This poem illustrates the theme for my project because like my theme, this poem describes someone finding themselves and this relates to nationalism by finding the beauty in something and being comfortable in it. John Greenleaf Whittier: "A Song for the Time"
This poem relates to my theme because it talks about being free and seeing things from a different point of view, which is like nationalism and our country. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: "Autumn"
This poem relates to my theme because it describes the nature in an autumn day and like my theme, we find love for nature in the U.S. and learn to appreciate what our nation has to offer. Monticello Virginia Capitol Rocky Mountain School The Rocky Mountain School paintings expressed nationalism by giving the viewer an idea on how traveling and exploration during the 19th century shaped our nation to become bigger and stronger.
(Albert Bierstadt: left, Thomas Moran: right) Nationalism