Evolution of 18th Century Visual Arts
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The paper examines the Baroque work of Carracci, Caravaggio, and the contrasting work of Rococo artist, Antoine Watteau, to demonstrate how art evolved into a style that reflected government and new political ideologies in the Age of Diversity. The paper discusses how the earlier Baroque style offered a painting technique which relied on dynamic chiaroscuro and color values, along with the greater emphasis on "gigantism" in the heroic poses offered by Caravaggio and Carracci.
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