18th Century Composers
- Born on March 21, 1685, in Eisenach, Thuringia, Germany
- One of his most famous works is "Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit," also known as "Actus Tragicus."
George Frederick Handel:
- Born February 23, 1685, in Halle, Germany
- skilled organist, he wrote the opera, Almira
- also wrote Rodrigo and Agrippina
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
- Born January 27, 1756, Salzburg, Austria
- Wrote the opera Mitridate, Ascanio in Alba, and Lucia Silla
Art of the 18th Century
- Naturalism and classicism
- more action in the pictures
- reflected the religious tensions of the time
- public art, paintings, sculptures and architecture
- Rococo style represented a reaction of the design of Louis XIV's Palace of Versailles
- has a lot to do with interior design
- shell-covered rock work
Peasants in the 1700's
- majority of Europe are peasants
- rural areas- Farms
- peasants were free after the enlightenment
- they were governed by season cycle
- bread, beans, meat, peas
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1800's Art Styles
- depicts nature and contemporary life
- rejects imaginative ideals but focuses more on the close observation of outer appearances
- deepened appreciation of the beauty of nature
- exaltation of emotion over reason
- also senses over intellect
- "...a turning in upon the self and a heightened examination of human personality and its moods and mental potentialities; a preoccupation with the genius, the hero, and the exceptional figure in general, and a focus on his passions and inner struggles..."
- art that is painted objects as if the painter had just caught a glimpse of something
- Its founding members included Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, and Camille Pissarro
- radical techniques, vibrant colors, sometimes blurry on purpose
- photographers took picture of almost everything
- sports, bars, people, cities, buildings, everything
- Coined by the English art critic Roger Fry
- Paul Cézanne, Georges Seurat, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and others were painting in this category