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Art and literature in the Industrial Revolution

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    (1770-1871) is a style of art characterized by ideas of beauty and reverence for nature.
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    The magic Flute
  • William Blake

    William Blake
    The tyger
  • Mary Shelly

    Mary Shelly
    English novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, and travel writer. Shelley was a political radical, expressing more support for greater social co-operation than typical of more individualistic romantics.
  • Mary Shelley

    Mary Shelley
    Frankenstein (1818)
  • Caspar David Friedrich

    Caspar David Friedrich
    Name: The walker on the sea of clouds
  • Théodore Géricault

    Théodore Géricault
    The Raft of the Medusa
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley

    Percy Bysshe Shelley
    She was an influential English romantic poet, famous for his lyrical poetry and idealistic radical political thought. He was also generous in his support and encouragement of fellow poets, and was a key figure in the development of English romantic poetry.
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley

    Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • Frederick Chopin

    Frederick Chopin
    Chopin was a Polish composer who wrote numerous classical pieces for the piano. He was a leading figure of the Romantic music period, fusing the classical styles of J.S. Bach and Mozart, with elements of his native Polish folk music.
    Important compositions include piano collections, Études, Opp. 10 and 25, and the 24 Preludes, Op. 28. Chopin also wrote numerous polonaises, sonatas, waltzes, impromptus and nocturnes.
  • Eugène Delacroix

    Eugène Delacroix
    Freedom guiding the people
  • Joseph Mallord William Turner

    Joseph Mallord William Turner
    He was an English Romanticist landscape painter. He was considered a controversial figure in his day, but is now regarded as the artist who elevated landscape painting to an eminence rivalling history painting.
    Turner is also one of the greatest masters of British watercolour landscape painting. He is commonly known as "the painter of light".
  • Joseph Mallord William Turner

    Joseph Mallord William Turner
    Name of the picture: "Flint castle"
  • Franz Liszt

    Franz Liszt
    La Campanella
  • Edgar Allan Poe

    Edgar Allan Poe
    Poem: The raven (1845)
    Novel: The Tell-Tale Heart (1843)
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    This movement reacted against Romanticism. Realist artists, used naturalism, but they tried to represent the world as they thought it really was, focusing on contemporary social problems. Is recognized as the first modern movement in art, which rejected traditional forms of art, literature, and social organization as outmoded in the wake of the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution.
  • Giuseppe Verdi

    Giuseppe Verdi
    The traviata
  • Georges Bizet

    Georges Bizet
    He was a French composer. Very demanding with himself, his production is relatively low and has many works unfinished by the composer removed and recovered only posthumously, such as Symphony in C major (1855).
    His most famous works are Carmen, Carmen Suite (Bizet/Guiraud) and Ave Maria.
  • Lewis Carroll

    Lewis Carroll
    Mathematician and writer. Author of Alice in Wonderland. Professor at Christ Church College, Oxford.
  • Richard Wagner

    Richard Wagner
    The Valkyrie
  • Jean-François Millet

    Jean-François Millet
    The gleaners
  • Honoré Daumier

    Honoré Daumier
    The washing woman
  • Édouard Manet

    Édouard Manet
    Lunch on the Grass
  • Gustave Courbert

    Gustave Courbert
    He shocked accepted ideas, painted what he could see, not angels or ancient Romans. Focus on common, even vulgar people.
  • Gustave Courbet

    Gustave Courbet
    Jo, the beautiful Irish girl
  • George Eliot

    George Eliot
  • Claude Monet

    Claude Monet
    He was a French painter, one of the creators of Impressionism. The term impressionism derives from the title of his work "Impression, rising sun (1872)"
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    It is a style where the artist captures the image of an object as someone would see it if they just caught a glimpse of it.Their pictures are vibrant. The artists like to capture images without detail, it demonstrates the techniques many of the independent artists adopted: short, broken brushstrokes that barely convey forms, pure unblended colors, and an emphasis on the effects of light. Rather than neutral white, grays, and blacks, Impressionists often rendered shadows and highlights in color.
  • Edgar Degas

    Edgar Degas
    The Dance Class
  • Friedrich Nietzsche

    Friedrich Nietzsche
    He was a German philosopher, poet, musician and philologist, considered one of the most influential contemporary thinkers of the nineteenth century.
    He made an exhaustive critique of culture, religion, and philosophy.
    His most famous work is "Thus spoke Zarathustra. A book for all and for no one"
  • Paul Verlaine

    Paul Verlaine
    He was a French poet associated with the Symbolist movement.
    In 1884, he publishes Antaño y hogaño, which marks his return to the literary avant-garde, although the book was composed mainly of poems before 1874.
  • Guy de Maupassant

    Guy de Maupassant
    Bel Ami
  • Claude Debussy

    Claude Debussy
    He was a French composer. He was among the most influential composers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and his use of non-traditional scales and chromaticism influenced many composers who followed. His music is noted for its sensory content and frequent usage of nontraditional tonalities.
    "Suite bergamasque"(Claro de Luna), it was written in 1890, but it wasn't published until 1905 because Debussy thought that it wasn't at the height of his previous works.
  • H. G Wells

    H. G Wells
    War of the Worlds
  • Camille Pissarro

    Camille Pissarro
    Sunset, Rouen
  • Joseph Conrad

    Joseph Conrad
    Heart of Darkness
  • Frederick Delius

    Frederick Delius
    Fennimore and Gerda
  • Ernest Fanelli

    Ernest Fanelli
    Tableaux Symphoniques
  • Maurice Ravel

    Maurice Ravel
    Bolero of ravel
  • Agatha Christie

    Agatha Christie
    Black coffee