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  • History Of Baroque And Baroque

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    The following period of Baroque and Rococo become popular in Italy, France, and Northern Europe. In Baroque we see social, economic, and political change such as the church losing political/religious power and monarchs gaining power. New styles, forms, and patrons are developed such as the Bernini’s Plaza. The Bernini’s Plaza has a gathering group of sorts, where we have a rhombus and a circle pieta that welcomes and invites people which is described as mother church reaching out and grabbing the

  • Baroque, The Era Of Baroque Art And The Baroque Period

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    Baroque is a style in art. It is an era of artistic style that used sensational motion and obvious, easily interpreted features to produce drama, tension, and magnificence in architecture, sculptures, paintings, literature, theatre, dance and music. Baroque art is usually very frisky and has several ornaments. It was between the styles of Renaissance and Neoclassicism. This means it began at the begging of the 16th century (around 1600), at that time, there were absolutist monarchs in Europe.The

  • Baroque Vs. Baroque Renaissance

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    The style that followed the Renaissance is usually called ‘Baroque’. ‘But, while it is easy to identify the earlier style by definite marks of recognition, this is not so simple in the case of Baroque.’ Baroque is considered to be ‘one of the great periods of art history’, and it is generally identified as being developed by Caravaggio, Gianlorenzo Bernini and Annibale Carracci. The Baroque period developed in Europe in around 1600, and it can be seen partly as a reaction against the intricate and

  • Baroque And The Baroque Era

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    I. Baroque (began around 1600-1750). A. The Baroque era began as artists were disgusted against the approach of Mannerist art. The Baroque art movement combines dramatic works of arts, beautiful details, and emotionally stimulating subject matter to give the viewer a powerful visual experience (Devlin, E. L. 2013) B. Artwork significant to the movement  Merisi, M. (1601). “Caravaggio, Conversion of Saint Paul” [oil on canvas 7’ 6” x 5’ 9”]. Cerasi Chapel, Santa Maria del Popolo, Rome. In

  • Baroque Art : Baroque Renaissance

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    Baroque Art After the idealism of the Renaissance during the 1400-1530’s and the Mannerism of the 1530-1600’s Baroque art found itself as the dominant style of art during the decade of the 1600-1700’s. The term Baroque derives from the Portuguese ‘barocco’ term, or irregular peal or stone – It describes a fairly complex idiom which originated in Rome and became popular during the time period in which Baroque art was prominent which embraced painting, sculpture and architecture. The Baroque style

  • Baroque Er The Baroque Period

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    The Baroque period spanned from 1600 to 1750. It was a time where new ideas were discovered and original boundaries were broken to reveal completely different aspects to architecture. Seen as an artistic style, Baroque was a powerful period, full of flamboyant concepts, derived to create drama. The Baroque period produced many magnificent buildings, every one extremely detailed. The catholic church started the Baroque movement through their bid to reclaim their crowd. The church attempted to do

  • Baroque Vs. Baroque Era

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    Baroque is a complex term used to describe what was thought to be a messy, vaguely disgusting style. Potentially coming from the Spanish words "barrueco" meaning a "rough or imperfect pearl" or “berruca” the term for “wart”, Baroque came to be a generalized term for art, architecture, music, and sculpture from the 16th century to the early 18th century (Klindt-Jensen 2015). Not only was the “Baroque period” long lasting, but it was far reaching as well. From Holland to Spain, Germany to France, the

  • BAROQUE ART

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    BAROQUE ART Art Appreciation –HUMA 205-1202A-05 Janice Miller AIU Abstract Baroque art is presented as an art style. Baroque art style is such diversity within in the Baroque period 1600-1770 because of the relationship to the era’s border and intellectual tendencies there was three important effects on the art. Which are, western Christianity, religious tensions, and the division of the Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. The Baroque artist appealed to their viewer

  • The Absolute Monarchy, The Baroque, Baroque And The Baroque Period

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    The absolute monarchy, the Baroque style and the Scientific Revolution were very critical movements during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The similarity and difference of these three movements marked the beginning of early modern Europe and their interaction with each other made a huge influence on political and social reform in European countries. The one thing common in the absolute monarchy, the Baroque style and the Scientific Revolution was that they all stood for the end of the Middle

  • Italian Baroque And The Protestant Baroque Styles

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    The Baroque era spans a period of 150 years. During this time, baroque art had four distinct styles. I plan to focus on the Italian Baroque and the Protestant Baroque styles. While these styles share some similarities, they are also very different. The Italian Baroque style is often ornate and focused on religion with an emphasis on the need for the church’s guidance. The Protestant Baroque style is plain with no obvious religious messages and less need for guidance from the church. Both styles

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