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In the second half of the 18th century narrative and satirical themes lost their leading role in the English art. The ruling classes A ______ and glorification of their social position. The most popular form of painting became ceremonial portraits of representatives of the ruling class. Sir Joshua Reynolds was the most outstanding portraitis of the period. In December 1768 the Royal Academy was founded and Reynolds B_______ . He created a whole gallery of portraits of the most famous of his contemporaries. He usually painted his characters in heroic style and showed them C_____. As a result his paintings are not free of a certain idealization of the characters. Reynolds D ______ by the old masters. This influence can be seen in his "Cupid Untying the Zone of Venus". The picture is close to Titian's style in the use of colour, but it is typical of the 18th century English school of it approach to subject-matter. He often included real personages in his mythological works (Venus - Lady Hamilton). Reynolds did not want British art to be provincial and isolated. It was he who insisted artists should be brought up in line with European art and that they should develop the Grand style of painting. E _______ Reynolds delivered lectures. These lectures were regarded as the most sensible exposition of the Academic view that by well-directed work it was possible to learn the rules of art and use discoveries and ideas of the old masters to create a new style of one’s own. He recommended that a would-be painter should put his faith in old masters F __________from whom he should be ready to borrow. He advised that in portraits the grace should consist more in taking the general air than in exact rendering of every feature. He suggested that the proportions of a sitter's figure should be altered in accordance with a fixed ideal. 1. as the best people of the nation
2. became its first president
3. from whom he should be ready to borrow
4. is sometimes considered the forerunner of the impressionists
5. as a President of the Royal Academy
6. tried to show in art a confirmation
7. was greatly influenced as a painter

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