The Nineteenth Century, Romanticism
Images provided by W. W. Norton's Norton Anthology of English Literature Student Site:
- Tintern Abbey
- Ullswater. Joseph Wright of Derby (ca. 1794–95).
- Claude Lorrain, Landscape with Saint Philip Baptising the Eunuch.
- Claude Lorrain, Pastoral Landscape with the Arch of Titus.
- Ernest de Sélincourt, Grasmere. From Wordworth's Guide to the Lakes, Fifth Edition (1835).
- View from Rydal Park (pen & ink and w/c on paper) by Francis Towne (1740–1816).
- Ulleswater. An aquatint from William Gilpin's Observations Relative to Picturesque Beauty, Third Edition (1792).
- William Gilpin, A Picturesque View of Tintern Abbey. From Observations on the River Wye, and Several Parts of South Wales, &c. Relative Chiefly to Picturesque Beauty; Made in the Summer of the Year 1770 (London, 1782).
- Francis Towne, Grasmere from the Rydal Road (ca. 1787).
- J. M. W. Turner, The Passage of the St. Gothard (1804).
- Liberty Leading the People (La Liberté Guidant le Peuple — July 28, 1830) (1830). Eugéne Delacroix.
- The Song of Los, Copy B, Plate 7. William Blake.
- Four Avenging Angels (1498). Engraving by Albrecht Dürer.
- Smelling Out a Rat: — Or the Atheistical-Revolutionist disturbed in his Midnight "Calculations." Vide A troubled conscience (1790). James Gillray. An allegorical portrayal of Burke's attack on Price's Reflections. Colored etching. Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints, and Photographs.
- Rioters Burning Dr. Priestley's House at Birmingham, 14 July 1791 (1791). Johann Eckstein. Susan Lowndes Marques Collection. On the second anniversary of the fall of the Bastille, Priestley's house was looted and burned down by a mob (inspired by the King and the Church) that was enraged by Priestley's view of revolution.
- French pre-revolutionary print: the peasant, bowed under the burden of taxation, is seen as supporting the clergy and nobility.
- The French people as they saw themselves — and as some saw them from across the Channel.
The top two images are Madame sans culotte and Le bon sans culotte. (Anonymous colored French prints, Clichè Bibliothèque Nationale France, Paris.) The bottom two images are A Paris Beau and A Paris Belle.