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Romanticism in the Expressive Arts #giselle #ballet #romanticism

The rebirthing of the spiritual and modern culture of the Middle Ages The term ‘Romanticism’ “Derives from the medieval chivalric tale the Romant.” (Gowing, Lawrence 1983, The encyclopaedia of visual art, volume 4, 40)

The term ‘Romanticism’ “Derives from the medieval chivalric tale the Romant.” (Gowing, Lawrence 1983, The encyclopaedia of visual art, volume 4, 40) Visual artists saw romanticism as the rebirthing of the spiritual and modern culture of the middle ages. It was the primary movement involving all of the art forms, which started in Europe in the early nineteenth century. They believed that it was a way of behaving, thinking and viewing, that it could not be described in words and have characteristics assigned to it. The move into romanticism for them stood for an emotive and perceptive outlook. This video gives an overview, the full article can be read on Illumination Curated on medium.com https://medium.com/illumination-curat...


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