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Rococo art movement by Ana Roiz
Rococo art movement by Ana Roiz
Rococo art movement by Ana Roiz
Rococo art movement by Ana Roiz
Rococo art movement by Ana Roiz
Rococo art movement by Ana Roiz
Rococo art movement by Ana Roiz
Rococo art movement by Ana Roiz
Rococo art movement by Ana Roiz
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Rococo art movement by Ana Roiz

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Rococo movement by Ana Roiz

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  • 1. Rococo
    1715- 1774
  • 2. Prominent artists
    Francois Boucher
    William Hogarth
    Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
    Angelica Kauffmann
    Giovanni Antonio Canaletto
  • 3. Rococo
    This style was primarily used in interior design, painting architecture and sculpture. The term was derived from the word “rocaille”, which means pebbles and refers to the rocks and shells that were used to decorate the interiors of caves, so the shells became the principal adornment in Rococo.
  • 4. Rococo
    This style appealed to senses rather than intellect. The themes used were romance, mythology, fantasy and every day life. The wealthy women competed for the best and most elaborated decorations in their houses, so interior and furniture were decorated with abstracts and curves and asymmetrical shapes.
  • 5. Rococo
    Other elements were
    *Graceful movement
    *Playful use of line
    *Delicate coloring
    The catholic churches of Southern Germany and Austria used this style.
    The Rococo is viewed as the final part of Baroque art movement and it was replaced by Neoclassicism.
  • 6. The Toilet of Venus
    1751
    The Breakfast
    1739
    François Boucher
  • 7. The Gate of Calais
    1749
    William Hogarth
    The Death of Hyacinth
    1752
    Giovanni Battista
    Tiepolo
    Royal Palace of Madrid
    1766
  • 8. The Grand Canal and the
    Church of the Salute
    1730
    The Stonemason’s Yard
    1730
    Giovanni Antonio Canaletto
  • 9. Work Cited
    • http://www.artmovements.co.uk/rococo.htm
    • 10. http://www.bridgemanartondemand.com/content/rococo
    • 11. http://www.artcyclopedia.com/history/rococo.html

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