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Romanticism and Realism

Published on Nov 27, 2015

Kiara Sutson


Romanticism and Realism

Product of the Industrial Revolution 
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Authors & Artist (Romanticism)

  • James Fenimore is a romantic author, he was the first American Novelist
  • Created novel of frontier adventure also known as the Leatherstocking Tale
  • The Leatherstocking Tales is s series of five Novels.
  • John Constable is a romantic artist.
  • He is known for his landscape paintings of Dedham Vale.
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Romantic Musicians

Hector Berlioz

Hector Berlioz

  • Hector Berlioz, known for Symphonie fantastique and Grande messe des morts.
  • He had big orchestral for his work.
  • Conducted many concerts with over 1000 musicians. 
  • Composed over 50 songs.

Realism Authors and Artist

Jean-Baptiste Greuze and William Dean Howells 

Jean-Baptiste Greuze and William Dean Howells

  • Greuze's famous paintings were Comte and Portrait of Marquise de Chauvelin.
  • He worked with more then 13 paintings. 
  • Was born in  Tournus, Burgundy.
  • William Dean Howells, a American realist author, literary critic, and playwright. 
  • known for his novels 

Scientist and Source of energy (steam and coal)

Josiah Wedgwood and James Watt

  • Josiah Wedgwood had an approach to pottery designer and manufactuer.
  • James Watt was a Scottish instrument maker and inventor.
  • Josiah was from England and founded the company Wedgwood.
  • James Watt was interested in steam engines.
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Sources of energy

  • Source of energy in the Industrial Revolution were mostly steam and coal.
  • using wind, water and wood for energy they used coal.
  • Coal produced high levels of heat.
  • During the time period 1760s and 1780s steam would generate power.
  • Coal would burned by machinery. 
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Classic Musicians

Joseph Haydn 

Joseph Haydn

  • He was a friend of Mozart and a teacher to the famous Beethoven. 
  • Known for most famous compositions "Toy Symphony" 
  • Austria (1732-1809)
  • "Father of the symphony" and "Father of the String Quartet" 

Technology (Inventions)

Nikola Tesla and Cyrus Field


  • Cyrus Field invented the Transatlantic Cable in 1866
  • Nikola Tesla Invented the Induction Electric Motor in 1888