Romanticism, in common usage, is a context describing romantic themes, ideas, or settings. The term may mean literally in relation to romance, or may have a negative meaning, referring to romantic notions as naive or impractical. Romanticism is an idiom which often refers to an idealized state, in which the definition may cross the boundaries between romanticism as an ideal and romance as a practical working theme in a narrative.
Examples of Romanticism:
Romanticism may refer to the romanticization of an idea or ideal, like the Romantic Movement of the 18th and 19th centuries.|
Romanticism is a common theme in many storylines.
Caspar david friedrich, wanderer above the sea of fog, 38.58 × 29.13 inches, 1818, oil on canvas, kunsthalle hamburg.