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Baroque Architecture : Rococo Baroque In Central Europe

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barkhatcruise.com -Wikipedia. Some were in Rococo style, a distinct, more flamboyant and asymmetric style which emerged out of the Baroque, then replaced it in Central Europe in the first half of the 18th century, until it was replaced in turn by classicism.The baroque in central europe. The Baroque in Central EuropeWarfare and External Threats.In comparison to the relative peace and stability of the Netherlands, the seventeenth century in Central and Eastern Europe was a time of great tribulation.
 



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Rococo Baroque In Central Europe Some were in Rococo style, a distinct, more flamboyant and asymmetric style which emerged out of the Baroque, then replaced it in Central Europe in the first half of the 18th century, until it was replaced in turn by classicism.The baroque in central europe. The Baroque in Central EuropeWarfare and External Threats.In comparison to the relative peace and stability of the Netherlands, the seventeenth century in Central and Eastern Europe was a time of great tribulation.Handout 7: rococo & baroque in central europe. gold and white and pink interior- rococo learned from works of bernini how the Baroque in central europe is a reflection of both the rococo and the italian baroqueRococo art and its greatest artists. Today the term “Rococo” is a completely neutral word for the French “rocaille” style when it goes abroad; therefore, what is called “rocaille” in France is called “Rococo” or “late Baroque” (Spätbarock) in Central Europe.


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