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Romantic Era Prezi, Arts, Sculptures, Architecture

Mr. Asher Period 3, 01/29/2013

David Cho

on 30 January 2013

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Transcript of Romantic Era Prezi, Arts, Sculptures, Architecture

Arts, Sculptures, and Architecture By David Cho
Danny Chin
Jennifer Thompson
Laura Anuakpado Sculpture Architecture ARTS Most paintings never really clothed the subjects It wouldn't be the Romantic Era without the romance! Gothic Revival Style 1830 - 1860
1. Pointed arches as decorative element and as window shape
2. Front facing gables with decorative incised trim (vergeboards or bargeboards)
3. Porches with turned posts or columns
4. Steeply pitched roof
5. Gables often topped with finials or crossbracing
6. Decorative crowns (gable or drip mold) over windows and doors
7. Castle-like towers with parapets on some high style buildings
8. Carpenter Gothic buildings have distinctive board and batten vertical siding Exotic Revival Style
Egyptian Revival Style
1. Massive columns resembling bundles of sticks
2. Vulture & sun disk symbol
3. Rolled (cavetto) cornice
4. Window enframements that narrow upward

Moorish or Oriental Revival Style
1. Ogee (pointed) arch
2. Complex and intricate details with a Middle Eastern or Oriental theme
3. Recessed porches
4. Onion dome or minaret
5. Mosaic tile trim

Swiss Chalet Revival Style
1. Front facing projecting gable with wooden cut out trim
2. Second floor porch with cut out balustrade and trim
3. Patterned stickwork on exterior walls
4. Low pitched roof with wide overhanging eave Octogon

1. Octagonal shaped building
2. Low pitched hipped roof
3. Wide overhanging eaves
4. Brackets at the cornice
5. Partial or fully encircling porch
6. Octagonal cupola on some versions Italianate Villa/Italianate

Cornice with decorative brackets
2. Widely overhanging eaves
3. Two or three stories in height
4. Tall, narrow windows
5. Curved (segmental) arches over windows or doors
6. Elaborate window crowns, often arched or with brackets and pediments
7. Single story porches, either full width or entry porticos
8. Low pitched roof
9. Cupola or square tower with bracketed cornice
10. Quoins What is the Romantic Era? THANK YOU
:) Romanticism Sculptors

François Rude – Departure of Volunteers

Antoine-Louis Barye Romantic sculpture can be divided into
works that concern the human world
and those that
concern the natural world.

The leading
sculptors of each type were (respectively)
Rude and Barye. GROUP 3 Romantic Era lasted from
1850 - 1920 C.E.

It was a period of great change and emancipations.

It moved away from conformity, and the ideas of balance and restraint. Romanticism turned away from the eighteenth-century emphasis on reason and artifice. Instead, the Romantics embraced imagination and naturalness.

It created room for creaticity and reason. Historic events such as the Enlightenment, Industrial Era, and also the French Revolution, it fueled the Romantic Era.

We can observe the culture and characteristics of the era through the arts. Every art piece had a full detailed background of nature No clothes portryed purity Many art pieces showed catastrophic events Artists wanted obserevers to feel the paintings Emotions played a big role Most artists wanted the image of love, passion, and exotic emotions The aesthetic structure of a
Romantic work is not predetermined,
but rather emerges naturally as
the artist pours out their feelings.
Romantic art is also distinctive
for a number of typical themes,
including nature, historic nostalgia,
and social struggle.
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