Neoclassic Art.

Time Period
The Neoclassical Art movement began in the 1700's and lasted until late 1850's.

Several of Neoclassical artists incorporated Greek and Roman elements into their paintings and included mythological creatures and figures which became very common for this time period. Additionally, both paintings and sculptures were serious, emotional and heroic. Artists of this time period used brilliant colours with highlights to show moral narratives of "self denial" and "self sacrifice". Neoclassical sculptures also involved the same subjects but was more restrained from theatrical Baroque sculpture and less whimisical then Rococo.
Neoclassicism Art

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"The Death Of Socrates", 1787 Jacques Louis David

Famous Neoclassicism Artists:

Alexandre Jacovleff.

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Angelica Kauffmann.

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Anselm Feuerbach.

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Brittani Nicklasson.

Neoclassical art first began to be seen in the 1700's. It became known for it's Greek and Roman influence, but also began to portray a more serious view. The Neoclassical style began to incorporate more modern day materials, such as politics, while keeping the older Graeco - Roman style. (LA)