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Neoclassical Painting

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This lesson will examine Neoclassical painting.

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Notes on "Neoclassical Painting"

Key Terms

Academy

Or académie in French, the formal study of drawing or casting the human form.

Academic Art

A style of painting or sculpture created in European schools adhering to strict standards (especially under Neoclassicism and Romanticism).

History Painting

A type of large painting with scenes from classical history, Christian history, or mythology that displays a narrative story, and is characterized by having many people rather than a single portrait as the subject.

 

Works Cited

Academicians on the Royal Academy; Public Domain: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_Portraits_of_the_Academicians_of_the_Royal_Academy,_1771-72,_oil_on_canvas,_The_Royal_Collection_by_Johan_Zoffany.jpg  Oath of the Horatii; Publci Domain: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Jacques-Louis_David,_Le_Serment_des_Horaces.jpg Cornelia Pointing at her Children; Public Domain: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gracchi_and_Cornelia.jpg Death of General Wolfe; Public Domain: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Benjamin_West_005.jpg Death of Marat; Public Domain: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Death_of_Marat_by_David.jpg

 

TERMS TO KNOW
  • Academy

    Or academie in French, the formal study of drawing or casting the human form.

  • Academic Art

    A style of painting or sculpture created in European schools adhering to strict standards (especially under Neoclassicism and Romanticism).

  • History Painting

    A type of large painting with scenes from classical history, Christian history, or mythology that displays a narrative story, and is characterized by having many people rather than a single portrait as the subject.