The romanticist must maintain that only what is painful can be noble and only what is lurid bright.
Every artist is in some measure an innovator; for his own age he is a romanticist.
John, who was a romanticist, had also the desire to step forward and harangue the public.
In Flaubert, a romanticist and a Naturalist at first were blended.
In Bertrand himself, republican bluntness was curiously combined with the artistic ultra-refinement of the romanticist.
I am afraid I am too much of a musician not to be a romanticist.
They are romanticist in temper, suggesting now Schiller and now Hugo.
The romanticist considered a moment, and then shook his head.
The world is all before them, and they have time to fall into all sorts of troubles which the romanticist has not thought of.
Hegel was not a romanticist, but a classic; not a naturalist, but a humanist.