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lys1597

  • 3 years ago

what was a literary and visual arts movement that rejected romanticism?

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  1. DragonFall
    • 3 years ago
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    It was....Realism :D Romanticism basically rejected industrial life, saying it dehumanized people. Realism wanted to show, well, reality. What really is and was. Realism didn't hide ugly truths, Romantics loved natural scenes; the Realists said "Paint what you know," and that would involve everyday life events.

  2. lys1597
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    okay thank you :)

  3. harshit1202
    • 3 years ago
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    Romanticism basically rejected industrial life, saying it dehumanized people. Realism was based on real day to day practical matters . it doesn't considers the spirituality and other hidden thing . it shows as it is.

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