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... history painter and portraitist met with financial disappointment, and in 1748 he
returned to caricature. His aesthetic theories (1753) had more influence in
Romantic literature than painting. RtFERENCES in other text articles: Baroque
ius Milhaud. and Louis Durey, all of whom were bound tcégether more by
friendship than by aesthetic a liation. Honegger soon asserted his own strong
personality in the “dramatic psalm“ Le Roi David (1921). Two successful
orchestral works ...
Despite having an aesthetic basis that seems opposed to that of Expressionism (
q.v.), Impressionism often uses some of the same techniques; e.g., exotic
orchestration and radical experimentation with harmony. Furthermore, although ...
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