Text of Romanticism By: Jeffrey Hawkins. Early European writers and artists of the romantic period
Romanticism By: Jeffrey Hawkins
Early European writers and artists of the romantic period
When it started It started in England in the 1790s with a few early artists such as charlotte smith and William Lisle Bowles
Charlotte smith Early in her career she established novels that would go into the gothic fiction era but later changed her style to the new romantic period
Ludwig van Beethoven Austrian Composer Beethoven was deaf for almost his entire career. Student of Hadyn
John Keats Born in 1795 Died in 1821 Major Works Endymion: A Poetic Romance (1818) Hyperion (1820) The Fall of Hyperion: A Dream (1820) The Eve of St. Agnes (1820) La Belle Dame Sans Merci (1820) Ode to A Nightingale (1820) Ode on a Grecian Urn (1820) Lamia (1819 / 1856)
William Lisle Bowles He was an English clergyman, poet, and literary critic. Known better for his influence then his writing
Frederic Chopin Pianist and Composer. Polish and French Born 1810 Died 1849
Joseph Wright of Derby Artist on the European movement in romanticism. He expressed the spirit of the industrial revolution
James Ward Artist of the early 19 th century know for his painting of large landscapes
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Major Works Lyrical Ballads (1798, 1800) "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" Conversation Poems "The Eolian Harp" (1795) "This Lime-tree Bower My Prison" (1797) "Frost At Midnight" (1798) Kubla Khan (1798) Christabel (1801) Dejection: An Ode (1802
Percy Bysshe Shelley Shelley was one of the most well know and best at writing lyrical poems.
Eugene Delacroix A French painter known for his use of color and influenced the Impressionist movement.
Joseph Mallord William Turner One of the Founders of the Watercolor Landscapes Paintings.
John Constable British landscape artist.
Carl Maria von Weber He is the cousin of Mozart's wife Constanze. He was also a pianist and then later a music director. He like to conduct his music in various ways such as without a violin or keyboard section.
Henry Fuseli From Switzerland, was an outstanding painter and was a well known writer on art. Some of his paintings include Lady Macbeth and Macbeth and the witches.
The Decline Realism became more popular because of declining conditions all over the world.
The end of romanticism The civil war sparked the massive decline and eventual end of Romanticism in America. Realism was the main factor to the decline all over the world.