Baroque Art Period-Multiple Choice
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Baroque art started in ________________.
The Baroque art period started in the _________ century.
Baroque comes from the word ______________.
"irregularly shaped pearl"
Barroco means _______________
Who named the Baroque movement?
The Catholic Church used artwork to promote against ________________________.
Power and Authority
Absolute Monarchs used artwork to display ____________ and _________________.
Bourgeoisie used artwork to display their ________________ ________________.
Baroque artwork tries to amaze and attract people, appealing to their _________________
Baroque architecture did use some _____________ elements such as columns, pediments, and arches.
Baroque architecture made use of _________________ lines.
Baroque architecture used extensive ________________.
What style of architecture is this building?
Baroque painting made use of ____________________, trees, landscapes, realistic moments.
Baroque artwork expressed ____________, artists tried to evoke an emotional response from the viewer.
Contrasts of light and dark in Baroque art is ______________.
Strong, extreme contrasts of light and dark in Baroque art are known as ____________________.
Still Lifes, Portraits, Landscapes, Religious scenes, scenes of everyday life, and mythological scenes
What were some of the topics of Baroque art?
Caravaggio was from _____________.
Rubens was from
Velazquez was from
Rembrandt was from
When there is no idealization, reality and nature are represented just as they are, it is _________________.
One of the specific painting characteristics of Baroque art was triumph over ____________, fluid brush strokes.
Baroque artists gave an illusion of depth and distance through the use of __________ perspective.
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