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Art History
19th Century Art

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During the 19th Century differens movements of art were developed:

Neoclassicism (Late 18th to Early 19th Century)

Romanticism (Early to Mid 19th Century)

Realism (Mid to Late 19th Century)

NEOLACISSISM: This art movement was based around three things; order, simplicity of stily and symetry. In this movement the artist imitated the Greek and Roman art, with that we can say that the Neoclassicism was derived to this ancient cultures.



Jacques Louis DAvid--"The death oh Socrates"


ROMANTISSICISM:This movement was developed in the Middle Ages, it was caracterized by a interest in nature, imagination and emphasis on the expression of feeling, and emotions, the word that caracterized this period of art are "feeling is all!"


Theodore Gericaul--"THe Raft of medusa"

REALISM: In this period the realists only painted what they could touch or see, because they only that was considered real. No more gods or heroes, no more fiction, anly fact. Here the artist start built structures and building with iron.


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