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Academic Style

Academic Art is the painting and sculpture produced under the influence of the European Academies, where many artists received their formal training. It is characterized by its highly finished style, its use of historical or mythological subject matter, and its moralistic tone. Neoclassical Art was closely associated with the Academies. The term “Academic Art” is associated particularly with the French Academy and its influence on the Salons in the 19th century. Artists such as Bouguereau and Jean-Léon Gérôme epitomize this style.


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4 Galleries
       Bouguereau, William-Adolphe [French, 1825-1905] (49 Images)
       Cabanel, Alexandré [French, 1823-1889] (3 Images)
       Gerôme, Jean Léon [French, 1824-1904] (31 Images)
       Miscellaneous Academic Style Art (No Images or Galleries Found)
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