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Art and Music of The Age of Romanticism: Romantic Painters

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Watch this online Art video entitled Romantic Painters to learn about the art, artists and artistic works of The Romantic Painters and The Age of Romanticism.

This online art and music video will assist art and music students to study and learn about the Age of Romanticism and the impact the industrial revolution had upon the arts. Study a turbulent yet heroic era that began with the French Revolution and the impact it had on the arts. See the art works of Constable, Delacroix, Goya and Turner. Learn about the Romantic poets such as Wordsworth, Goethe and Coleridge.

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Art and Music of The Age of Romanticism: Romantic Painters. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Romantic Painters. Learn about the Romantic Painters. Explore the undying Romantic belief in the unity of the arts and the futile nature of all boundaries.
  • Witness the intensity of Romanticism, captured in dramatic operas and orchestral works, and the vibrant colors and compelling subjects of this era-s paintings.
  • Discover the historical associations interrelating nineteenth-century artistic works, such as Delacroix's monumental painting, Liberty Leading the People, and Berlioz's somber composition, Requiem.
  • Experience the distinguishing characteristics in literature, art, and music that define the Romantic period.
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  • Having the student read the subtitles on a second or third viewing without sound, enables the improvement of Reading and Literacy skills AND helps retention of the information being learned.

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