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Rococo and Neo-Classical Art: - Class of Creech Home

Rococo and Neo-Classical Art: What were Rococo and Neo-Classical Art and how did they reflect the ideas of the Enlightenment? Rococo: Way over the top!!! Rococo style of art embraced lavish decoration with pastel colors

Became style of French aristocracy Famous artists included Jean-Antoine Watteau, Francois Boucher, and Jean-Honore Fragonard Music Lesson by Jean Antoine

Watteau Four Seasons by Francois Boucher

The Swing by Jean-Honore Fragonard Neo-Classicism: Old School!!! Neo-classical style art focused on the ancient world

Concerned with public life more than the intimate families of Rococo Famous artists included Jacques-Louis David and Jean Antoine Houdon Oath of

Horatii by Jacques Louis David Liberty Leading the

People by Eugene de la Croix Sculptures by Jean Antoine

Houdon Enlightened Music: Some of the Greatest!!! Enlightenment music embraced new styles and sounds

-Complicated movements with many instruments -Used changes in tempo to emphasize changes in mood Most commonly associated with the symphony Opera became incredibly popular with the Aristocracy Titans of music: -Beethoven

-Mozart -Handel

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