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Baroque Visual Encyclopedia of Art

Scala Group | ISBN 9788881178094

Paperback – 320 pages

Part of the Visual Encyclopedia of Art series.


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The definition of the Baroque age is the set of complex cultural and artistic expressions that developed in Europe during the 17th century, replacing the harmony of the renaissance with curves, optical illusion and theatricality. Baroque started in Italy and swept across Europe and beyond. This beautifully-illustrated book contains examples by masters such as Bernini, Rubens, Caravaggio, Poussin, Vermeer, Rembrandt and Velazquez.

Artist: Johannes Vermeer

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