These are the questions you need to address:
The Royal Academy of France and its counterpart in Great Britain set the standard in taste and style for art from the 1600s to the 1800s.
What or who sets today’s artistic style and preferences?
Are there any institutions or authorities that are respected by the majority?
Or is art more democratically created?
Role Of France’s Royal Academy Of Art In European Art History
The Royal Academy of France, established in 1648, influenced The Royal Academy to establish in Britain (Culture.gouv.fr 2017).
They played the largest role in the development of European Art between 17th and 19th century.
They were the primary contributor to this era’s success. Their tradition of culling art through regular exhibitions, training in instructional institutions was their main contribution.
The academy is responsible for the creation of Academic art.
The movement’s structure was created by the amalgamation between Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and both Neoclassicism.
These artists included Joshua Reynolds, Joshua Couture, Jacques Louis David, William Adolphe Bouguereau, William Adolphe Bouguereau, and William Adolphe Bouguereau.
The tradition was made stronger by the governmental initiatives.
Cardinal Mazarin & Cardinal Richelieu dedicated themselves to the glory and advancement of the academy (Rietbergen 2014).
The artists of this period created important architectures, which were influential in influencing other European countries to copy or imitate the style.
One example was the concept of central squares, surrounded by homes and plazas.
Francois Mansart (Salomon de Brosse), Jacques Lemercier (Jacques Lemercier) were three of the most prominent architects.
Their style was simple but grand, and consisted mainly of paintings and sculptures made by artists of a similar style.
Many artists used mythological or biblical characters as their main subjects.
Claudin Lorain, Frederick Goodall and Jean Paul Laurens were just some of the most important painters at that time. Nicolas Poussin was also a prominent artist.
These paintings are exemplified by Sunrise and The rapes Sabine women.
The most significant sculptures in Versailles’ palace were copied by other European countries.
France under King Louis XV and XVI was the golden age in French culture (World Monarchies and Dynasties (2015)
The transformations, changes, and creations led to similar changes in Russia to Spain to the United Kingdom.
The public interest in Europe and the art world was dominated by, determined and monopolized by the Royal Academies of England and France until the 19th Century.
Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture.
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