Romantic Germany, 1780-1850. Drawings from the museums of Weimar - Exhibition catalogue
During Goethe's time (1749-1832), literature, visual arts and music underwent profound transformations that disrupted the rules and practice of these arts in the Germanic world. The romantic period saw the development of a taste for drawing among a large number of German artists, which emerged as the most innovative expression of contemporary artistic creation. If the romantic movement has never had a leader, nor strictly speaking a program, and if there is a great disparity in styles between artists, they favour individual expression, feeling and subjectivity.
Official exhibition catalogue of "Romantic Germany, 1780-1850".
Exhibition at the Petit palais from 22 May 2019 to 1 September 2019
252 pages / 141 illustrations
Paris musées publishing
- Dimensions :
- 28 x 22 cm
- Museum :
- Petit Palais Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris
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