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´╗┐English III Project Romanticism Presentation collections.ic.gc.ca/.../i_head-crushed in-painting.htm Koichiro Iwagami

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2 American painting from the sentimental developments " The Beeches " Idea:Naturalism The daylights Trees Road Painter is www.webcom.com/duane/gif/duran-j1.jpg

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Asher Brown Durand(1796-1886) He was a painter and etcher. In the 1830s, he swung progressively to painting. At first he did representations, yet then gave himself to scene. Thomas Cole was a noteworthy wellspring of motivation, and Durand's most celebrated painting, Kindred Spirits (1849, at present in the New York Public Library), was painted as a dedication to him. One of the organizers of the Hudson River school of scene painting. www.familychronicle.com/dating40.htm

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American painting from the sentimental development #2 " Constance " Idea: Naturalism Sunlight Cloud Ocean Painter is www.omnifineart.com/push/viewdetail.asp?sku=535

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Albert Pinkham Pyder(1847-1917) Self-showed American craftsman. Dismisses by the National Academy of Design at twenty, he prepared with a minor craftsman, William Edgar Marshall, and was then conceded. Gone in Europe in 1877, 1882, 1887 and 1896. A visionary painter, he picked subjects from Shakespeare, Byron, Poe and Wagner. He painted about 170 pictures, a significant number of little measurements, and is viewed as one of the spearheading figures in American craftsmanship. www.wetcanvas.com/Museum/Artists/r/Albert_Pinkham_Ryder/

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European Painting from the sentimental development " Landscape with a Bridge " Idea:Naturalism Sunlight Bridge Forest People Mountain River http://www.abcgallery.com/G/gainsborough/gainsborough.html Painter is

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Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) Thomas Gainsborough, an English painter and sketcher, is viewed as one of the colossal experts of eighteenth century picture and scene painting. http://www.abcgallery.com/G/gainsborough/gainsborough.html

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Architecture of Romanticism http://www.sas.ac.uk/warburg/photographs/file/architecture.gif

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Romanticism Architecture www.cris.net/home/MAS/VirtualClass/sight.htm www.cris.net/home/MAS/VirtualClass/sight.htm The Vorontsov Palace in Alupka is a perfect work of art of sentimental design of the mid-eighteenth century. Cut oak wainscotting, stucco moldings of ecilings, different chimneys, works of art by exceptional craftsmen the majority of this made the one of a kind environment of the insides of the Vorontsov Palace.

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GARDEN http://music.acu.edu/www/iawm/pages/reference/refimages/zengarden.jpg

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England www.ambassador-tours.com/specialtours.html Germany Very sorted out And it is symmetry www.ambassador-tours.com/specialtours.html

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Romanticism Modern Moive http://www.capecodderresort.com/pictures/movie.jpg

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Romantic Period Modern Movie Theme: Liberty Why it is sentimentalism? This reality was going on amid the sentimental peiod in the United States. www.geocities.com/tommay_e17/atriotopener.html

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Romantic Composers http://www.victorianbazaar.com/few_composers.gif

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Frederick Chopin ( 1810-1849 ) w.etv.state.ms.us/prm/mch/mch.html Chopin's excellent piano pieces earned him a notoriety for being the best arranger for the piano. His family was poor and lived in Poland. His mom was Polish and his dad was French. He went from Poland to Paris in 1831, and in 1838 he visited England and Scotland however he was sick.

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