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started during the 17th century. It followed the Renaissance period.
In the 16th century, a German monk named ______________ steered the Protestant Reformation - a revolutionary coalition that split the Catholic Church.
was a response to the growth of Protestantism.
Usually triumphant and extravagant, this is exemplified by bold visionary sculptures and architectures.
Realistic portrayal of religious images is also made evident in Baroque art. A more naturalistic style of the figurative composition features a new and dynamic manner in this Period where the artist applies a life-like approach in their artworks to religious art.
Also referred to as the Dutch Golden Age, this period introduced a new type of easel art that aims to cater to the prosperous bourgeois households.
is regarded as the most important of all Dutch Realist painters and one of Europe's Old Masters. He is a renowned portraitist and paved the way for Dutch Realism as influenced by the wider strains of Baroque painting.
Rembrandt Harmensz van Ryn
One of the important characteristics of Rembrandt's work is his use of ________________derived from Dutch Caravaggisti.
It is a colossal sized painting that exhibits tenebrism and the perception of motion.
The Night Watch
An Italian sculptor and architect, he designed different types of buildings and churches as well as public squares.
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Very detailed and aesthetically pleasing artwork of Bernini is his sculpture of _________ made between 1623 to 1624.
It is a large Baroque sculpture made from marble.
sculpture of David
features a dynamic composition embraced in southern Western Europe. It features the full-blown aesthetics of the Baroque. It can be described as a descendant of Italian Renaissance painting because of its overall composition.
It focused more on realistically portraying the immediate physical world. This flourished in northern Western Europe except Flanders which embraced full Baroque.
idealism where the real world is portrayed ideally with overall balance and harmony of composition.
on the other hand, features photo-realism.
Carracci is an Italian painter and instructor based in Bologna and then later in Rome.
One of the most famous artworks of Annibale is __________________________________ This painting features Christ in the center, half-bodied while being supported by two angels.
"Christ Wearing the Crown of Thorns, Supported by Angels."
Also known as the founder of the Baroque realist aesthetic, He established a common characteristic of realist Baroque painting called tenebrism.
The painting of Caravaggio shows the execution of John the Baptist while a woman regarded as Salome stands with a golden platter to receive his head.
The Beheading of Saint John
He is known for his daring feats on illusionism that blurred the boundaries on painting, sculpture, and architecture through his grand work on the Church of Gesù.
Giovanni Battista Gaulli
is regarded as one of the most important Spanish painters during the Spanish Golden Age.
One of the famous and greatly acknowledged paintings of Velazquez is the.
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