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Romantic art stresses A. themes of flirtation, courtship, and marriage. B. ancient Roman ideals of proportion and harmony. C. drama, unbridled emotions, and complex compositions. D. clarity, stability, and precision. E. All these answers are correct.
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C. Drama, unbridled emotions, and complex compositions.
Romanticism was the age of the artistic, literary and intellectual movement in the late 18th and early 19th centuries when the focus shifts to the ‘imaginary’ or ‘whimsical’ nature of dealing with things. The period emphasizes the emotional and individual nature of people, and the glorification and appreciation of things in life. This movement focuses on emotion, intuition and imagination rather than the use of reason.
Romantic art forms placed more emphasis on the dramatic nature of things, the unbridled emotions of people and the complex compositions of life. The Romans emphasized free feelings, deep feelings and human mysteries, the mysteries of life and the importance and value of human beings.