Neoclassicism(sometimes rendered as Neo-Classicism or Neo-classicism)

The name given to quite distinct movements in the decorative and visual arts, literature, theatre, music, and architecture that draw upon Western classical art and culture (usually that of Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome).

These movements were dominant during the mid 18th to the end of the 19th century.

This article addresses what these "neoclassicisms" have in common.


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Interior of the New Theatre Royal, Haymarket, as it... - (after) Schebbellie - www.neoclassicism.org
Interior of the New Theatre Royal, Haymarket, as it...
(after) Schebbellie
The Siege of Yorktown, 1st-17th October 1781 (detail... - Louis Nicolael van Blarenberghe - www.neoclassicism.org
The Siege of Yorktown, 1st-17th October 1781 (detail...
Louis Nicolael van Blarenberghe
View of the Philanthropic Society Institution on London... - Gideon Yates - www.neoclassicism.org
View of the Philanthropic Society Institution on London...
Gideon Yates
The Hon. East India Companys steamer Nemesis and the... - G.W. Terry - www.neoclassicism.org
The Hon. East India Companys steamer Nemesis and the...
G.W. Terry
The Coronation of William IV 1765-1837 and Adelaide... - W. Read - www.neoclassicism.org
The Coronation of William IV 1765-1837 and Adelaide...
W. Read
The British Museum, engraved by William Simpson (1823... - Edmund Walker - www.neoclassicism.org
The British Museum, engraved by William Simpson (1823...
Edmund Walker
Tilia parvifolia Lime plate 311, illustration from... - Heinrich Gottlieb Ludwig Reichenbach - www.neoclassicism.org
Tilia parvifolia Lime plate 311, illustration from...
Heinrich Gottlieb Ludwig Reichenbach
Transformation of Paris- Building in 1861, between... - Felix Thorigny - www.neoclassicism.org
Transformation of Paris- Building in 1861, between...
Felix Thorigny

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