The Romantic Rebellion

With His Extraordinary Knowledge, Clarity And Style Kenneth Clark Discusses Thirteen Important Artists Representing One Of The Greatest Periods In The History Of Art The Second Half Of The Eighteenth Century To The Middle Of The Nineteenth Century.During The Second Half Of The Eighteenth Century, When The Spirit Of Revolution Was Rising Through Europe, A Division Appeared In All The Arts, Deeper And Radical Than Any That Had Preceded It Rivalry Arose Between Two Schools Of Painting, The Romantic And The Classic The Doctrine Of Classic Art Aspired To The Ideal Found In Greco Roman Antiquities Subjects Were Drawn From Episodes In Antique History Or Poetry That Pointed A Moral Acts Of Self Sacrifice Or Patriotism Romantic Art Appealed To The Emotions, In Particular The Fear And Exhilaration Aroused By Storm, Bloodshed And Ferocity, So Prevalent At The Time The Emotional Effect Of A Picture Was Heightened By Color, Violent Light And Shade And Exaggerated Movement, Made Shockingly Natural Far Removed From The Tranquility And Sculptural Forms Of Classicism In Practice, However, The Two Schools Overlapped Both Attached Importance To Subject Matter And Looked To The Past For It Every Great Classical Artist Was A Romantic At Heart And Vice Versa The Distinction Between Them Is Convenient Than Real, Writes Kenneth Clark.To Trace This Rebellion Kenneth Clark Brings Into Focus The Artistic Creativity Of Thirteen Artists David, Goya, Piranesi, Fuseli, Blake, Ingres, Gericault, Delacroix, Turner, Constable, Millet, Degas And Rodin All But One Successful And Influential, All Part Of The European Movement.The Romantic Rebellion

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  • Hardcover
  • 366 pages
  • The Romantic Rebellion
  • Kenneth Clark
  • English
  • 08 July 2019
  • 0060108029

10 thoughts on “The Romantic Rebellion

  1. says:

    Clark s essays on thirteen artists who forged a separate path from their classic forefathers were adapted from television scripts, which in turn had been adapted from lectures given at Oxford University or the Phillips Gallery in Washington As such, they are the pan drippings of a great educator and an exemplary mind,flitting than thorough, unthreateningly erudite Clark, like his counterpart in the arena of classical music, Leonard Bernstein, had the gift of delivering the profundities o Clark s essays on thirteen artists who forged a separate path from their classic forefathers were adapted from television scripts, which in turn had been adapted from lectures given at Oxford Un...

  2. says:

    This is, simply, a wonderful book I am not sure how someone really informed about 19th century art would rate this, but for me it was a perfect fit I found the earlier sections the best especially on David, Pirenesi, Ingres, Goya, Turner, Gericault, Delacroix.I also cannot s...

  3. says:

    This is a beautiful book with beautiful writing Clark is one of the leading art historians and it is clear that he knows what he is talking about in this book I picked up The Romantic Rebellion to just casually peruse and fell in love with art history Definitely worth reading

  4. says:

    Lord Clark knocks us dead with his keen and penetrating mind as he describes the emergence of aEmotional Art quite apart from the colder,historically remote aims of the Classicists.

  5. says:

    Great overview of Romantic artists with paintings great for romantic history or art history

  6. says:

    A coworker slipped this sucker to me one day and it s just a lovely book Plus I learned about some romantic artists I d never heard of before and then the very next day went to an art museum and saw some of their sketches It was a perfect coincidence.

  7. says:

    nice one.

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