What would you like to do?
Through music literature and painting the romantic artists attempted to do what?
The beauty of nature
The idea (associated with the French Revolution) that individual desires should matter. Apexvs.com
evoke passion and strong emotions.
neoclassicism's order, control, and balance
violent relaities of war.
Neoclassicism is what Romantics wanted to depart from.
Romantic literature is literature that is very emotional, artists during the Romantic Movement tried to evoke emotion through their creation. In a way, the artists focus…ed more on the human condition--love, hate, vengeance, guilt, shame, passion, etc. instead of religion, the Pious self, and the events of the Bible (which prevailed for a long time before this). Romanticism is closely related to the Enlightenment movement as well. Dark romantic literature probably refers to gothic romanticism. Think Edgar Allen Poe...or Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. Both are gothic/dark because they're tragic, deeply psychological, even somewhat disturbing. Not happy stories, no happy endings. They're also considered romantic because of the're rooted in the Romantic era/principles, and in the case of Wuthering Heights, quite melodramatic (emotions are exaggerated, extreme). Hope that helps.
They rejected the changes it brought.
Romanticism is a literary movement that began around 1789 and emphasizes themes such as dreams and visions, pantheism, the self, and emotion and feeling. Historically it was i…nfluenced by both the American and French Revolutions and the Industrial Revolution. In England specifically, religion had a strong impact on romantic literature. The Church of England was the official religious body during the time which romanticism prevailed, but it was not in touch with the people. Romantics thought the church was "stale and complacent" and they "sought other avenues to express their spirituality. The Methodists particularly had an impact. They viewed humans as sinners seeking redemption (coincides with emphasis on the self and one's personal experience in the world), and the Methodists emphasized emotional conversion rather than intellectual contemplation (in compliance with romantic ideal of valuing emotion and reason over logic and analysis). Romanticism is characterized by various authors including Jane Austen, Lord Byron, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and works such as Prometheus Unbound, Frankenstein, and Pride and Prejudice.
Lena Karpinsky (Canadian artist) has a large collection of music paintings Click link below!
The four elements of Romanticism are 1. Love of nature 2. Importance of emotion/imagination 3. Rejection of classic art forms 4. Rebellion against society
Romantic music (such as that of Tchaikovsky and Schumann) consists of emotional, sometimes dream-like ideas behind the music. The style is often legato and extra dramatic, con…sisting of intense phrasing and sudden changes in dynamics. To me, it is the funnest style of music to play, and it often depicts stories of love.
Neoclassical literature is literature that was prevalent in the age of Neoclassicism. Neoclassicism is a name given to the movements in decorative art, literature, music, thea…ter, and architecture; these movements were mainly dominant in the mid eighteenth to the end of the nineteenth century. Works in the Neoclassical movements are considered today as "the classics." These works include Antonio Canova's Psyche Revived by Love's Kiss and Andrea Appiani's Laure De Guesnon De Bonneuil. Romantic literature was the new writing "style" that rose from the ashes of the Age of Reason. Romantic literature was a style of writing that was based upon the foundation of the individual self rather than that of society as a whole, a sort of individualism as it was commonly called. Fantasy, science-fiction, and supernatural literature were brought about in the age of Romanticism. Gothic literature was a product of Romanticism. Writers of the romantic and Gothic literature include Edgar Allen Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Washington Irving, and Henry David Thoreau.
Each label refers to the type of literature being written and the time period it was written in. The Romantic Period is conventionally applied to the time from 1800 - 1830. Ro…mantic Literature has persistent references to Nature, natural objects, intimate self-revelation of the poet, and direct expression of strong emotion (see Sir Walter Scott, Wordsworth, Coleridge for examples). Civil War Literature (and I'm having to assume you mean the American Civil war) would be literature written about, during, or was influenced by the Civil War that took place from 1861 - 1865.
The idea (associated with the French Revolution) that individual desires should matter