The Neoclassicists continued the Renaissance tradition of glaze painting to attain a uni- form surface unmarred by the evidence of active brushwork, whereas the Romantics were more experimental, sometimes reviving the richly impastoed surfaces of Baroque and Rococo paintings.
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