Analysis of Neoclassicism in Context of Enlightenment
Neoclassicism and the Enlightenment
<Tab/>The Enlightenment was a time of great innovation and evolution. One of the most significant movements which owes at least the majority of its beginnings to the Enlightenment is the architectural and artistic movement of Neoclassicism. This Neoclassicism of the mid eighteenth to mid nineteenth centuries is one that valued ancient Greek, Roman, and Etruscan artistic ideals.
These ideals, including order, symmetry, and balance, were considered by many European generations to be the highest point of artistic excellence. …
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