Neoclassical Painting, Architecture And LiteraturePaper Rating: Word Count: 542 Approx Pages: 2
Neoclassical Painting, Architecture, and Literature
Neoclassicism was an artistic movement that affected painting and architecture in away that mimicked classical art as well. The ideas of balance, harmony, and idealism resurfaced and became extremely popular once again. In English Literature, more people were demanding conservative, moralistic and religious toned pieces of work that classified as Neoclassical (Matthews, 442). So Alexander Pope and Edward Gibbon created poetry and historical work that gave the people what they wanted. All in all, the Neoclassical style of the eighteenth century produced new ideas in both art and literature that made huge impacts.
Neoclassical style in painting consisted of basic instructions to focus on, such as anatomy, perspective, and the style of Jacques-Lo