Translation of romanticism in Spanish:

romanticism

romanticismo, n.

Pronunciation /rə(ʊ)ˈmantɪsɪz(ə)m//roʊˈmæn(t)əˌsɪzəm/

noun

  • 1also Romanticism

    Literature Music Art
    romanticismo masculine
    • British romanticism transformed the landscape aesthetic towards seeing mountains as sublime and picturesque.
    • Was it this, the sense of art as supreme sacrifice, which appealed so strongly to Western romanticism and the avant-garde?
    • This involved a step from classicism towards romanticism - which was also a shift from civilisation towards barbarism.
    • The nineteenth century brought romanticism and realism.
    • Marx detested romanticism, emotionalism, sentimentalism and humanitarianism of any kind.
    • In common with other early nineteenth century literature, Emily Brontë's novel contains elements of romanticism, gothic, and fantasy.
    • Her argument about romanticism - which is one of the primary thrusts of the book - is based on the period's celebration of inwardness and the notion of an essential authorial subject.
    • I'm fascinated by the period of early romanticism, when the composers of the time continued to inhabit some classical conventions but work outwards from within those.
    • Balanced between neoclassicism and romanticism, the composition appears at once rigidly stable yet inherently fluid.
    • However, Symphony #1 holds up quite well to the Haydn and Mozart models, and the 2nd Symphony is close to being a masterpiece of early romanticism.
    • He exaggerates both romanticism's sense of the expansive subject and modernism's sense of the subject suspended within a complex web of signs.
    • The strange thing about his enthusiasm was that it was for one of the great works of 20th century romanticism and by the greatest romantic writer of the century.
    • It is this embattled romanticism that surfaces in Orwell's text in the form of paranoia.
    • Literary romanticism and cultural nationalism informed the historical consciousness of regional raconteurs like Hall who looked for American themes within the history of the West.
    • As the natural art of commemoration, sculpture took heart from romanticism, which fostered the remembrance of piety, power, talent, loyalty, or valour.
    • Though natural history does not privilege the individual moment of perception in quite the way that romanticism does, it does rely on a process of imaginative synthesis.
    • Throughout his life he read voraciously about the great figures of European romanticism and symbolism.
  • 2

    (romantic nature)
    romanticismo masculine