This study of Neoclassicism in the visual arts from 1750 to 1830 embraces all manifestations of the Neoclassical style, taking into consideration both the movement's broad territorial scope and its versatility in every branch of art from the fine to the utilitarian. A discussion of the aftermath of Neoclassicism charts the movement's influence to the 1980s. Includes a series of brief bibliographies, a lengthy list of key dates, and numerous color and black-and-white illustrations. Distributed by Chronicle Books. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.