- 30.1 Investigate the origins and understand the characteristics of the stylistic movements art historians label Rococo, Neoclassicism, and Romanticism.
- 30.2 Explore the many subjects of Romanticism, from the sublime in nature to the cruelty of the slave trade, with a common interest in emotion and feeling.
- 30.3 Trace the relationships between the complex mix of artistic styles in this period and the complex political climate of Europe and America.
- 30.4 Discover Neoclassicism’s relationship with Enlightenment values and its roots in the study of Classical antiquity in Rome.
IMAGES (be able to identify these images by title, general time period, medium, and culture of origin):
30-4 Jean-Antoine Watteau
30-6 Jean-Honoré Fragonard
30-24 Joseph Wright of Derby
30-26 Angelica Kauffmann
30-37 Jacques-Louis David
30-41 Jean-Antoine Houdon
30-42, 44 Francisco Goya
30-50 Théodore Géricault
30-54 Eugène Delacroix
30-56 Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
30-58 Honoré Daumier
30-60 John Constable
30-62 J. M. W. Turner
30-63 Thomas Cole
30-69 Thomas Jefferson
You should be familiar enough with other images presented in the text and lectures, so as to be able to support explanations of attribution and physical, formal, iconographical, and contextual analysis.