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 IV


Neoclassicism and Romanticism

 

 


Official Art   (Academic Art)

 


Ernest Meissonier


Hans von Marees


Collection:
Franz Xavier Winterhalter

 

 

 


Collection:
Ary Scheffer


Collection:
William Powell Frith


Collection:
Henri Gervex

 

 

 


Eugene Amaury-Duval


Jean Andre Rixens


Collection:
Alexandre Cabanel

 

 

 


Collection:
Adolphe Bouguereau


Collection:
Lord Frederic Leighton


Collection:
Lawrence Alma-Tadema

 

 

 


Collection:
Thomas Couture


Collection:
Paul Baudry


Collection:
Charles Gleyre

 

 

 


Collection:
John William Godward


collection: James Abbott  Whistler


Collection: Walter Crane

 

 

 


Collection:
Paul Gavarni

 


Arthur Mackmurdo

 

 

 


Joseph Niepce


Louis Daguerre


Eadweard Muybridge

 

 

 


collection:
Nadar


Etienne-Tules Marey


collection:
William Fox Talbot

 
 


John Tenniel illustrations from Lewis Carroll "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"

 
 


Gustave Dore - illustrations
 


The Bible Illustrations


The History of the Crusades


DANTE "The Divine Comedy"

 

 

 


ARIOSTO "Orlando Furioso"


RABELAIS "Gargantua and Pantagruel"


MILTON "Paradise Lost"

 

 

 


CERVANTES "Don Quixote"


TENNYSON "Idylls of the King"


EDGAR POE "The Raven"

 

 

 


SKETCHES


 

 

 

 



Exploration:
Francisco de Goya  "Life and Work" (by Elke Linda Buchholz)

 
Early Years (1746-1773)
Move to Madrid (1774-1783)
Artist to Nobility (1783-1791)
Crisis and a New Start (1792-1798)
The Sleep of Reason (1797-1799)


"CAPRICHOS"
The Height of Fame (1799-1807)
Times of War (1808-1818)


"DISASTERS OF WAR"
The "Black Paintings" (1819-1823)


"DISPARATES"
Exile in France (1824-1828)


"TAUROMAQUIA"

 


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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