The Baroque Era
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This paper examines the key aspects of baroque philosophy and painting, which became manifest during the 17th and 18th century. It describes the works of various artist from this period and examines how realism, a strong appeal for decoration and humanism are the key aspects of Baroque painting styles and philosophical discourse. The paper describes the key aspects of the painters and important thinkers of the baroque period as seen in their major works.
From the Paper:"In conclusion, the baroque era offers various styles of painting that are unified in their reality, details, and the most important aspect of the era: humanism. The underlying reality of life after the medieval period showed signs of the classical revival of Platonic thought and realness, which was previously dominated by the mythic sensibilities of the 16th century and earlier. These three aspects of baroque painting and history define the historical revival of classical thought in this period of European history."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Cunningham, Lawrence. Culture and Values: A Survey of Humanity: Volume 2. Belmont, Ca: Wadsworth Publishing, 2001.
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