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Baroque and Romantic Art

baroque and Romantic Art

The Rape of the Sabine Women (1637-1638) Artsy. The most famous sculptor to come out of the Baroque period is without a doubt Bernini. Which are, western Christianity, religious tensions, and the division of the Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. Another bold difference between the two art movements was the use of extravagant ornaments and variety of materials. In this way it is similar to the nature of a living creature.

Baroque and Romantic Art
baroque and Romantic Art

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Beginning in the late 16th century, it would probably be somewhere in Italy, perhaps Rome. In architecture, there were heavy pillars, overlapping pilasters (flat, rectangular wall pillars) and deeply carved ornaments. Architecture is the design of buildings and spaces. The the Human Patterns Baroques Hall of Mirrors is a good example where mirrors, bronze and crystal chandeliers were used to achieve a sense of grandeur compared to the Romantic Crystal Palace. Dutch baroque art exemplified everyday things and everyday places. Well, from my own opinion, Art is something created for the purpose of wanting to create something we find exquisite or at least a little appealing, something influenced by our imagination that we wish to bring to life in a piece of art. So why is all this.

There were similarities between the Baroque and Romantic art periods that cut across a wide array of disciplines including architecture and painting aesthetics. Write about how romantic art differed from Neo-classical art. Neo-Classical art was something new for artists, and they were excited to change from the Baroque and Rococo styles of the past (Cunningham-Reich, 233).

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