Baroque periods

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  • 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 Building And Its Environment

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    introduction Architecture is the study of the building and its environment, and it aims to summarize the experience of human construction activities in order to guide the creation of architectural design, construct some kind of shape in the environment and so on.Content architecture typically includes technical and artistic aspects.Architectonic is defined as “resembling architecture, especially in its highly organized manner ortechnique of structure”in dictionary.com.In other words,it talks how

  • Compare And Contrast Art And Renaissance Art

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    When one ponders the significance of the artwork that was produced during the Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo stylistic periods, advancement in scientific understanding during these periods may seem to be nothing more than an afterthought. For centuries, the quest for scientific knowledge and understanding by the artisan community had been smothered by the Christian church who fulfilled the role of main patron of art during the Middle Ages. However, the 15th to 18th century experienced a turning

  • The Baroque Style Of The 19th Century

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    artists not only with the many regulations that being extended by the Church but with the opportunity to learn from the past masters I art. Most of the 17th century was dominated by the baroque style, whose expressive power was well appropriate to the needs of the Counter-Reformation Church for affecting images. The baroque style develop around 1600 in Rome before spreading across Europe. It was encouraged and influenced and by the Catholic Church, which used it to propaganda religious themes, war images

  • Art History And Its Impact On Art

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    Art history allows for a greater understanding of the progression of human thought and how conditions from one time period to another are reflected in art. Humanity represents itself through art and by doing so we are able to take a deeper look into the mentality and emotions that were held within a certain time period. Human studies such as cultural studies or history only highlight small specific areas of humanity while art history combines the two and gives a comprehensive look into all factors

  • Relationship Between The Arts And The Growing Body Of Scientific Knowledge During The Renaissance

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    “rebirth” and the Renaissance period was significant because it was an important transitional time, from approximately 1300 to 1700, in European history, which marked the end of the medieval world and the “birth” of the modern world. This essay will delve into the relationship between the arts and the growing body of scientific knowledge during the Renaissance and also examine three different works of art from the three major stylistic periods: Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo. Arts and the Growing

  • Renaissance vs Baroque

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    culture of the Renaissance and Baroque Eras are reflected in artwork from the eras. Renaissance art seems to the moment before an event took place and the Baroque art is characterized by great drama, rich deep color, and intense light and dark shadows. Baroque artists chose the most dramatic point, the moment when the action was occurring. For example Michelangelo designed his David composed and still before he fights against Goliath. In Bernini's David in the Baroque era is caught in the motion of

  • Art Analysis Of Judith Beheading Holofernes By Caravaggio

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    This piece of artwork is called ‘Judith Beheading Holofernes’, which was created by Caravaggio in the late 16th century in Rome. It was a type of oil painting on canvas, also, a piece of artwork in the period of Baroque. Briefly, Hood stated that in this artwork, it told the story in Biblical story of Judith, dressed as a well-born Renaissance young lady, standing at a safe distance, and who was saved her people by beheading and seducing the Assyrian general Holofernes, which was a theme very common

  • French Baroque Art As An Expression Of Absolutism

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    French baroque art is sometimes regarded as an expression of absolutism because Louis XIV used his power and control over art and the artistic freedom of the people to use for his own personal gains. “Louis XIV especially manipulated art to serve as propaganda for his absolutist policies”(738). Art was obviously popular at the time and he knew art would be the best way to “convey the majesty and strength of the monarchy”(738). An example of the control he was trying to enforce is shown in Le Brun’s

  • 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