Dictionary of Art and Artists










Neoclassicism, Romanticism


and Art Styles in 19th century


Art Map




Part I - Neoclassicism and Romanticism (Orientalism)

Part II - Neoclassicism and Romanticism (Nazarenes, Pre-Raphaelites)

Part III - Neoclassicism and Romanticism (Painting of the Romantic Era)

Part IV - Neoclassicism and Romanticism (Official Art)



 
 

 

Part II


Neoclassicism and Romanticism

 

 


James Wyatt


Augustus Welby Pugin


Sir George Gilbert Scott

 

 

 


Heinrich von Ferstel


Friedrich von Schmidt


Henri Labrouste

 

 

 


Eugene Viollet-le-Duc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Nazarenes
 

 

 


Franz Pforr


Philipp Veit


Leo von Klenze

 

 

 


Collection:
Johann  Overbeck


Collection:
Peter von Cornelius


Collection:
Johann Ferdinand von Olivier

 

 

 


Collection:
Julius Carolsfeld


Ludwig Vogel


Johann Anton Ramboux

 

 

 


Josef Fuhrich


Carl Philipp Fohr


Friedrich Wilhelm Schadow

 

 

 


Tommaso Minardi


Pietro Tenerani


Fleury-Francois Richard

 

 

 


Collection:
Pierre-Henri Revoil


Collection:
Paul Delaroche


Collection:
Hippolyte-Jean Flandrin

 

 

 

 

 

 


Pre-Raphaelites
 

 

 


Charles Lock Eastlake


John Ruskin


Mary Macomber

 

 

 


Collection:
William Holman Hunt


Collection:
Dante Gabriel Rossetti


Collection:
John Everett Millais

 

 

 


Collection:
Ford Madox Brown


Collection:
Edward Burne-Jones


Collection:
Arthur Hughes

 

 

 


Collection:
Edward Hughes


Collection:
John Waterhouse


Collection:
Thomas Cooper Gotch

 

 

 


Thomas Woolner


James Collinson


Collection:
William Morris

 

 

 


Collection:
William Dyce


William Pars


Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg

 

 

 


Collection:
Joseph Turner


Collection: Claude-Joseph Vernet

 

 



Between Two Revolutions (From David to Delacroix)

 


Thomas Rowlandson (comic images of familiar social types)

 


David Roberts "A Journey in the Holy Land"

 


The Pre-Raphaelites
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Stained Glass Windows

 


John Flaxman
illustrations by Homer  "Odyssey" 
 

 


Neoclassicism, Romanticism Art Map

Part I - Neoclassicism and Romanticism

Part II - Neoclassicism and Romanticism


Part III - Neoclassicism and Romanticism


Part IV - Neoclassicism and Romanticism

 

 

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