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06.11.2020 Online lecture: From classicism to romanticism
At the end of the 18th century and in the first half of the 19th century, artistic trends and phenomena coexisted in close interaction and mutual influences. When cold and rational classicism gravitated to the unquenchable decorative and lush baroque, it was at the same time intertwined with sensual sentimentalism, and sublime romanticism coexisted with ever stronger realism.
For example, Apollon Mokrytskyi combined the ideas of late romanticism with academicism in "Portrait of a Wife": a balanced and symmetrical composition, a certain dryness of writing still testify to academic training, but removing his model from the world of everyday vanity and placing it among the fragile flowers under the blue sentimental and lyrical color of the image.
To understand all the artistic vicissitudes of this period, join the Online Lecture: "From Classicism to Romanticism" by Maria Kabak, a senior researcher in the art department of the late nineteenth - early twentieth century.
You can register for the lecture "From Classicism to Romanticism" at the link:
14.11 (Saturday) at 12:00
Payment is accepted until 16:00 on Thursday (12.11).
❗️NB: We will send the instructions for online payment later to the e-mail address you leave in the registration form.
Details by phone: (044) 279 64 62