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    Comparison btw Watteau's Storm and Delacroix Sea of Galilee

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    Please take a close look at two paintings of storms:

    Watteau's The Storm

    (http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/w/watteau/louis/index.html)

    and Delacroix's The Sea of Galilee

    (http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/delacroix/sea-galilee.jpg)

    Both of these paintings depict storms, but in different ways. Consider how these differences reflect differences in the Neo-Classical and Romantic styles.

    Which one of these painting is more of a Neo-Classical work, and which one more of a Romantic work? Explain why.

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    This solution provides a comparison of Watteau's "The Storm" and Delacroix's "The Sea of Galilee". These works are compared in their depiction of storms reflected in the Neoclassical and Romantic manners.

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