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English and Italian Romantic Era Landscape Painting

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Transcript of English and Italian Romantic Era Landscape Painting

Italian and English
Romantic Era Landscape Painting Joseph Mallord William Turner
The Fighting Temeraire tugged to her last Berth to be broken up
1838/1839
Oil on canvas
91 x 122 cm
National Gallery, London Thomas Gainsborough
Landscape with Cattle
1773
Oil on canvas
120 x 145 cm
Yale Center for British Art John Constable
The Hay Wain
1821
Oil on canvas
130 x 185 cm
National Gallery, London Samuel Palmer
A Dream in the Apennine
1864
Watercolour and gouache on paper laid on wood
66 x 101.6 cm
Tate Gallery, London John Robert Cozens
Lake Albano and Castel Gandolfo
1777
Watercolour on paper
60.2 x 85.4 cm
Leeds Museum and Galleries, Leeds Joseph Mallord William Turner
Flint Castle
1838
Watercolour on paper
Private Collection Joseph Mallord William Turner
Venice Grand Canal
1838/1839
Engraving
48.3 x 64.5 cm
Yale Center for British Art Late 18th Century to mid- 19th Century Romanticism Movement in Art -Reaction to Neoclassicism of 1600s and 1700s "Age of Reason" Two Main Styles of Romantic Landscape Paintings Pastoral vs.
-calm
-shepherds and peasants
-John Constable's paintings
-Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot Sublime
-wild nature
-vast and powerful
-inspired awe and terror
Characteristic of Romantic Landscapes Connection to Poetry -Imaginative and dream-like
-Emotional
-Common features:
-ruins
-seascapes
-mountains
-clouds
-misty skies John Constable
Landscape With Boys Fishing
1813
Oil on canvas
101.6 x 125.8 cm
National Trust, Fairhaven Collection, Anglesea Abbey, UK John Robert Cozens
Lake Nemi
1780
Watercolour on paper
The Hickman Bacon Collection
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