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  • The Baroque Period

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    the Baroque Period Nathan Hale American Intercontinental University Abstract The author of this paper examines three works of art from three different artists from the Baroque Period. He compares the different works of art and discusses similarities, differences, and the techniques that were used. The Baroque period ran from 1600 to 1770, Artist of that time used different techniques that were used during the renaissance period to

  • The Art Of Baroque And The Baroque Period

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    What’s known as the Baroque period, Baroque was originally began in Italy then later began in France, Germany, Netherlands, and Spain. The word "baroque" first came from the period in the late 1500s to the late 1700s, because of the critics in the late 19th century. Baroque opens up a wide range of artists and their styles all of the art we seen like the paintings and sculptures come from three main forms of Baroque. Baroque first came about for religious needs in Christianity. The Catholic Church

  • 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 Art : The Baroque Period

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    The Baroque period originated during the beginning of the 17th century in Italy and continued over a century in some parts of Europe. The Baroque artwork combines melodramatic compositions, beautiful details, and emotionality to give viewers as strong a visual experience as possible. Baroque murals and paintings can often be found in several churches and cathedrals through Italy and Europe. This is due because the Roman Catholic Church in the 17th century knew that the Baroque style of art could

  • The Baroque Period Of The Baroque And Classical Period

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    performers. Different composers have been catalysts in this change as they have developed new styles and genres. Even though the classical period is directly subsequent of the baroque period, baroque and classical music have countless different qualities and characteristics. The baroque period of music commenced in the year 1600 and ended around 1750 (Fuller – “Baroque”). Its texture was mainly polyphonic (Fuller – “Classical”). Polyphonic means that two or more different melodies are played simultaneously

  • The Influence Of The Baroque Period

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    People used to describe the Baroque period as grand, joyful, exuberant and dynamic. The term 'Baroque' originally represented an irregular, oddly-shaped pearl in Italian. The Baroque took the design of the Renaissance and transformed it into its own interior style. As with the Renaissance, the Baroque was born in Rome, date from the late 16th century. While in some parts of the world, especially Germany and colonial South America, certain culminating achievements of Baroque did not appear until the

  • The Renaissance And The Baroque Period

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    Studying art throughout history shows how each time period built and reflected on the ones before it. While artists in some time periods create wildly different styles from the past, others reflect back on the styles and methods of the artists in times before them. The Renaissance is an excellent example of an era in which the art was a reflection of past methods, styles, and subject matter. We can see this through Michelangelo’s David. The Baroque period often had subjects similar to the Renaissance,

  • The Baroque Period in Europe

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    The Baroque period was around 1600’s in Rome, Italy and then spread to most of Europe. There were three different periods of Baroque early in 1590 to 1625, high 1625 to 1660 and late 1660 to 1725. The style of art during this period focused on clear detail; produce drama and tension in paintings, sculptures and architecture. Unlike some eras of art, the Roman Catholic Church encouraged the Baroque style. The church wanted the arts to communicate religious themes in direct emotional involvement. The

  • The Baroque And The Renaissance Period

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    The Art period went through many different transitional phases to become what it is now, but the most famous of these phases are the Baroque and the Renaissance period. During the Renaissance saw the appearance of the “rebirth” of its country. the painters use realistic portrayals of nature and the human figure by artists that were inspired by the ancient Greek and Roman art and culture. However, during the Baroque creative phase,the artwork that seemed to be unrealistic, clear and produced many

  • 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