Baroque vs. Rococo
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This paper looks at two different styles of art, Baroque and Rococo, and discusses the works of famous artists of both types of art. The paper discusses the similarities and differences in the styles and techniques of Baroque artists, Caravaggio and Annibale Carracci, and Rococo artists, Watteau and William Hogarth.
From the Paper:"As mentioned before, Annibale Carracci was among the monst influential painters of the Baroque period. Contrary to Carravaggio, he was inclined to use clear, pale colors, as a mean to achieve the elegance and grace that were desired by the commissioners. Influenced by Raphael's Stanzas in the Vatican, Carracci also predicted a return to the fresco style of painting and revealed this in the decoration of the Farnese Gallery in Rome. Carracci formed himself as a painter together with his brother Agostino and his cousin Lodovico at the latter's studio, but it was soon clear that Annibale was the more talented of the three. He was called to Rome in 1595 by Cardinal Odoardo Farnese to paint what was to be his masterpiece: the decoration of the Farnese Gallery, in the Farnese Palace."
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