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Baroque: Style in the Age of Magnificence, 1620-1800

Snodin, Michael;Llewellyn, Nigel

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ISBN 10: 1851775587 / ISBN 13: 9781851775583
Published by Victoria & Albert Pubns, United Kin, 2009
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Title: Baroque: Style in the Age of Magnificence, ...

Publisher: Victoria & Albert Pubns, United Kin

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

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Lavish, opulent, and unabashedly dramatic, the Baroque style developed out of the Renaissance with the primary goal of inspiring awe. The most complex and sophisticated movement of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Baroque encompassed all forms of artistic expression, from painting to music to literature.
Published to accompany a major traveling exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, this richly illustrated book traces the evolution and spread of Baroque, examines the defining motifs and characteristics of the style, and reviews the importance of performance and spectacle. Like many artistic movements, the lifeblood of the Baroque style was patronage, both papal and princely, and the authors explore in detail the gorgeous churches and splendid palaces that resulted from such commissions. With previously unseen objects from public and private collections worldwide, Baroque is an unparalleled critical look at an inimitable period in art.

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Michael Snodin is Senior Research Fellow in the Research Department at the V&A. His V&A publications include Design and the Decorative Arts: Britain 1500-1900 (with John Styles, V&A 2001) and Exploring Architecture (with Eleanor Gawne, V&A 2004). Nigel Llewellyn is Head of Research at Tate. His publications include Funeral Monuments in Post-Reformation England (2000 and his current research focuses on art and identity in eighteenth-century Italy.

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