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Stylistic Comparison

Summary: Essay provides a stylistic comparison of artists' emotion and passion.
When an artist creates a painting it is not only to make a picture. Its purpose is to create a feeling or mood. Usually drawing more than an ordinary moment in life, usually stirring some kind of emotion that the artist is passionate about he hopes the viewer will feel. This is the purpose and beauty of art. Throughout history, the arts have been a form of rationalization in the mind of an artist. The progression of knowledge over a period of time can be mapped by many artists' masterpieces. This shift in time can be seen in the romantic style of Eugene Delacroix's, Paganini, and the neo-classical style of Jean-Louis David's, The Emperor Napoleon in His Study. These two portraits reveal a completely different style; however they both represent emotion and passion in their artistic portals.

The Romantic style of the 18th century gives us a deepened...

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