English Baroque Art and Architecture Essay by The Research Group

English Baroque Art and Architecture
This paper examines three masterpieces of Baroque art.
# 73066 | 1,125 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Art (General)


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This paper examines three masterpieces of Baroque art: Christophre Wren's St. Paul's in London, Inigo Jones's "Queen's House" and Anthony Van Dyck's portrait of Charles I. Characteristics of Baroque art.

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The term Baroque is not one that tends to appeal to most art-lovers in the st century even though many people familiar with contemporary art might in fact have some difficulties in defining exactly what constitutes the Baroque style We just know that it's overly elaborate and impossibly found of the curve and the swirl But while we might well be justified in decrying the art of the Baroque as overly formal impossibly fussy and entirely inauthentic for our own tastes we must also remember the art of every

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