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Literature, Music and Art in
the Industrial Age
Ch 14. Sec 5
Romanticism
Romanticism
appealed to the
imagination and a
spirit of
individuality.
These artist were
interested in
showing the life as
they thought it
should be than as it
really was.
Romantic Music
Composers were inspired
by their cultures they grew
up in.
This Music is still heard
around the world today.
Ludwig Von Beethoven, his
music is known to be
powerful and passionate.
Pastoral Symphony,
Fidelio, and his last
symphony.
Romantic Music
Pyotr Ilich
Tachaichysky
A Russian composer,
wrote ballet music,
operas, and
symphonies.
Built his works around
stories.
The Sleeping Beauty,
Romeo and Juliet and
1812
Overture(Celebrates
Napoleons defeat).
The Rise of Realism
Romantic art and Literature had little
to do with ordinary people.
Artist began to deal with everyday life
and society. Realism
Realist often dealt with economic and
social issues.
Leo Tolstoy --- War and Peace --- Book
about the misery and death of war.
The Rise of Realism
In the U.S. one form of
realism was
regionalism.
Focused on everyday
life in certain places.
Adventures of Tom
Sawyer and
Huckleberry Finn
– Wrote by Mark
Twain
– Described life along
the Missippippi.
Naturalist
Naturalist took
realism even
further.
They showed the
ugly and
unpleasant aspect
everyday life.
Emily Zola and
Charles Dickens.
A Christmas Carol
and Oliver Twist
Impressionist
Impressionist
painters tried to
paint vivid
impressions of
people and places.
Studied light and
color to get effect.
Cluade Monet,
Pierre-Auguste
Renoir
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