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FREE PDF ä BOOK Rococo By Eva Gesine Baur Ò NATURALTREATMENT ✓ The dramatic style of the 18th century Emerging out of Baroue as a relaxed style Rococo was dominant in interiors decorative art and painting throughout Europe in the 18th century With sentiment and emotion prevailing over reason Rococo was a dramIovanni Battista Tiepolo Jean Antoine Watteau Joseph Wright Each book in TASCHEN's Basic Genre series features a detailed introduction with approximately 35 photographs plus a timeline of the most important events political cultural scientific etc that took place during the time period a selection of the most important works of the epoch; each is presented on a 2 page spread with a full page image and on the facing page a descriptioninterpretation of the work and briefbiography of the artist as well as additional information such as a reference work portrait of the artist andor citatio

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D portraitists of stature such as Hogarth Gainsborough and Reynolds while in Southern Germany and Austria pious images of celestial serenity created by Asam and Troger spanned the church ceilings Artists featured among others Fran?ois Boucher Canaletto Rosalba Carriera Jean Baptiste Sim?on Chardin John Singleton Copley Jean Honor? Fragonard Thomas Gainsborough Francisco de Goya Francesco Guardi William Hogarth Angelika Kauffmann Nicolas Lancret Maurice uentin de La Tour Thomas Lawrence Jean Marc Nattier the Younger Giovanni Battista Piazzetta Joshua Reynolds Johann Heinrich Tischbein G

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Rococo By Eva Gesine BaThe dramatic style of the 18th century Emerging out of Baroue as a relaxed style Rococo was dominant in interiors decorative art and painting throughout Europe in the 18th century With sentiment and emotion prevailing over reason Rococo was a dramatic and theatrical style In the Parisian art world gallant scenes by Watteau Boucher and Fragonard predominated along with the delicate still lifes and genre paintings of Chardin In Venice we find the magnificent cityscapes and veduta of Canaletto and Guardi along with Tiepolo's brilliantly illuminated ceiling frescos London society celebrate