Age Of Romanticism Timeline
The age of Romanticism started in around the latter half of the 1790s and continued until the 1850s. During this age, slowly but surely art and literature tended to be more romantic in nature rather than being somber and dull.
Here is a timeline of the age of Romanticism:
1798: Lyrical Ballads is brought out by Coleridge and Taylor.
1800: The year marks the inception of the composer, Ludwig von Beethoven’s creative work with the eminent piece, Eroica. Showcasing the ideology of the period, Chopin writes Nocturnes and Polonaises.
1802: Christianity is welcomed by Romanticism.
1803: Some of J.M.W. Turner’s prominent works in the form of Calais and Pier are displayed.
1807: Thomas Moore makes Irish Melodies public.
1808: The year denotes the excavation of Pompeii reflecting keenness in the classical civilization.
1812: The entry of the Romantic hero takes place through the publication of Lord Byron entitled Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage.
1813: The Waltz gains acknowledgement in the ballrooms of London. One of the most worthy works of Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice is published.
1814: Sir Walter Scott brings out Waverly.
1815: Catholicism attains acceptance and Gothic architecture becomes pronounced in cathedrals. One of the finest comic operas, II Barbiere Siviglia is created by Rossini.
1817: Rekindling interest in literary works, William Hazlitt publishes Characteristics of Shakespeare’s Play.
1818: Shakespeare’s work is made public after censoring.
1820: Percy Bysshe Shelley portrays the hardships faced by the common man in the social set up through his work, Prometheus Unbound.
1821: The success of the Greek revolution motivates Eugene Delacroix to illustrate the underlying spirit of the era through his artistic talent.
1822: Schubert commences work on the Unfinished Symphony in Austria.
1826: Mendelssohn demonstrates his literary potential through the novel entitled, Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream, while Goethe highlights the emotion of romance through his novel, The Sorrows of the Young Werther.
1830: Stendhal brings out his work, The Red and the Black.
1831: The Hunchback of Notre Dame is published by Victor Hugo and Mary Wollestonecraft Shelley brings out Frankenstein. In the field of visual art, Malford Wiliam Turner creates numerous paintings depicting the natural environment.
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