Academic art

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English: Academic art is a style of painting and sculpture produced under the influence of European academies or universities. Specifically, academic art is the art and artists influenced by the standards of the French Académie des beaux-arts, which practiced under the movements of Neoclassicism and Romanticism, and the art that followed these two movements in the attempt to synthesize both of their styles.
Brezhoneg: Arz akademiek
Català: Academicisme
Čeština: Akademismus
Español: Academicismo es un estilo de pintura y escultura produjo bajo la influencia de las academias o universidades de Europa. Especificamente, el Academicismo es el arte y los artistas influcidos por los estandards de la Académie des beaux-arts en Francia, la cual practicaba como parte de los movimientos de Neoclassicismo y Romanticismo, junto con el arte que siguía estos dos movimientos para tratar de combinar los dos estilos.
Esperanto: Akademismo
Euskara: Akademizismo
Galego: Academicismo
Hrvatski: Akademizam
Italiano: Art pompier
Norsk bokmål: no:Akademisk kunst
Norsk nynorsk: nn:Akademisk kunst
Oʻzbekcha: uz:Akademizm
Polski: pl:Akademizm
Română: ro:Academism
Русский: ru:Академизм
Slovenčina: sk:Akademizmus
Српски / srpski: sr:Академизам
Português: pt:Academicismo
Українська: uk:Академізм

Alfred Agache[edit]

Louis-Ernest Barrias[edit]

Paul Baudry[edit]

William-Adolphe Bouguereau[edit]

Alexandre Cabanel[edit]

Jean-Pierre Cortot[edit]

Pierre Auguste Cot[edit]

Thomas Couture[edit]

Jacques-Louis David[edit]

Paul Delaroche[edit]

Daniel Chester French[edit]

Jean-Léon Gérôme[edit]

Benczúr Gyula[edit]

Francesco Hayez[edit]

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres[edit]

Jean-Paul Laurens[edit]

Jules Joseph Lefebvre[edit]

Károly Lotz[edit]

Hans Makart[edit]

Victor Meirelles[edit]

Antonin Mercié[edit]

Albert Joseph Moore[edit]

Domenico Morelli[edit]

Joshua Reynolds[edit]

Henryk Siemiradzki[edit]

Alfred Stevens[edit]

Raja Ravi Varma[edit]