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Describe Enlightenment art (including music and sculpture) and literature.
Weegy: Architecture was marked by a return to the intrinsic dignity of what a contemporary called "the noble simplicity and tranquil loftiness of the ancients." The Madeleine of Paris is a faithful copy of a still-standing Roman temple, [ and the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin was modeled after the monumental entrance to the Acropolis in Athens. In England, where the classical style had resisted baroque influences, the great country houses of the nobility now exhibited a purity of design, which often included a portico with Corinthian columns. Mount Vernon is an outstanding example of neoclassicism in colonial America. The trend in sculpture often revived classical themes from Greek and Roman mythology; statues of Venus became increasingly popular. Claude Michel (1738-1814) and Jean Houdon (1741-1828) were two French neoclassical sculptors who also achieved notable success with contemporary portraits. Houdon's Portrait of Voltaire is a well-known example. Musical expression at the turn of the century was touched by the genius of the immortal German composer Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). The passion of his sonatas and symphonies expressed a revolutionary romanticism, which challenged the sedate classicism of his time. ] (More)
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Weegy: Elisabeth of Austria (24 December 1837 – 10 September 1898) was the wife of Franz Joseph I, and therefore both Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary. [ She also held the titles of Queen of Bohemia and Croatia, among others.[1] From an early age, she was called Sisi by family and friends. Although Elisabeth had a limited (but significant) influence on Austro-Hungarian politics,[citation needed] she became an historical icon. The Empress is now thought to have been a non-conformist who abhorred conventional court protocol, as well as a free spirit, who valued an individual sense of freedom above anything else. Following the suicide of her son Rudolf, she withdrew from public life. She was murdered by an anarchist in Geneva, Switzerland in 1898. Elisabeth is the longest serving consort of Austria. ] (More)
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As a result of the Treaty of Paris in 1763, a. France gained control of Great Britain’s holdings in India in exchange for French territories in North America. b. Austria regained control of Silesia from Prussia. c. Maria Theresa of Austria was able to effect a diplomatic revolution and win France as an ally. d. Great Britain gained control of India and North America, making it the world’s greatest colonial power.
Weegy: As a result of the Treaty of Paris in 1763, D. Great Britain gained control of India and North America, making it the world's greatest colonial power. User: monarchical rule by Enlightenment principles User: The following political actions which occurred during the Enlightenment are contradictory to the ideas of the Enlightenment, except __________________. a. the alleviation of serf’s conditions by Maria Theresa c. the battle in North America between the British and French for colonies b. the Diplomatic Revolution of 1753 d. the favoring of the peasant-noble feudal relationship by Catherine the Great Weegy: The answer is D. the favoring of the peasant-noble feudal relationship by Catherine the Great. User: Which famous composer was the first to play concerts for the entire public, not just for the wealthy? He referred to this as "a liberty of music." a. Bach c. Mozart b. Haydn d. Handel Weegy: b. Haydin Haydn is a famous composer who was the first to play concerts for the entire public, not just for the wealthy. He referred to this as "a liberty of music. (More)
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The revolts of the 1830s in Europe were driven by the _______________ movement. a. nationalist c. conservative b. liberal d. absolutist Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
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Which of the following groups generally supported nationalist goals? a. Monarchs c. Church leaders b. Noble landowner d. Ethnic groups Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
Weegy: c. Church leaders generally supported nationalist goals User: Which of the following goals represents the ideology of nationalists? a. Establishment of a homeland for people with a common heritage b. Restoration of power to royal families c. Acceptance of an established church d. Tolerance for ethnic minorities (More)
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D. Ethnic groups generally supported nationalist goals.
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