Romanticism and the Sublime in the Visual and Musical Arts

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Romanticism and the Sublime in the Visual and Musical Arts
As a movement in the history of the development of the arts, Romanticism took place from approximately the turn of the eighteenth century through the late part of the nineteenth century. The exact timeline of the artists, musicians, and writers who were considered to be part of Romanticism depends in large part on the kind of art forms in which they were engaged; Romantic painting and sculpture developed as a reaction to the Neoclassical movement of the visual arts many years earlier than Romantic music responded to Classical music. In both the cases of auditory and visual art, however, we see that Romantic art stems from, or was created in reaction to, more Classical forms of art....
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