Thomas Cole & Rolph Scarlett: Allegro

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Hylan Booker looks at "utopian romanticism and neoclassicism" in two paintings that share the title Allegro, one by Thomas Cole (1801 – 1848) and the other by Rolph Scarlett (1889 – 1984).

Booker notes that "advantageously fit into the definitions of allegro: one being a mental state, the other a musical composition. And though broad schism would place one in the nostalgic pastoral era and the other in the futuristic abstraction era, there was to me a mysterious albeit strange affinity they both shared."

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