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Rococo

Europe, 1715 to 1774

The Rococo style succeeded Baroque Art in Europe. It was centered in France, and is generally associated with the reign of King Louis XV (1715-1774). It is a light, elaborate and decorative style of art, particularly concerned with tiny details such as properly depicting the curve of a ribbon. Quintessentially Rococo artists include Watteau, Fragonard, François Boucher, and Tiepolo. Rococo was eventually replaced by Neoclassicism, which was the popular style of the American and French revolutions.

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       Bellotto, Bernardo [Italian, 1721-1780] (3 Images)
       Boucher, François [French, 1703-1770] (16 Images)
       Carriera, Rosalba [Italian, 1675-1757] (6 Images)
       Fragonard, Jean Honoré [French, 1732-1806] (7 Images)
       de Goya, Lucientes Francisco José [Spanish, 1746-1828] (15 Images)
       Greuze, Jean-Baptiste [French, 1725-1805] (6 Images)
       Guardi, Francesco [Venetian, 1712-1793] (12 Images)
       Miscellaneous Rococo (No Images or Galleries Found)
       Piazetta, Giovanni_Batista [Italian, 1682-1754] (12 Images)
       Reynolds, Sir Joshua [English, 1723-1792] (16 Images)
       Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista [Italian, 1696-1770] (14 Images)
       Watteau, Jean-Antoine [French, 1684-1721] (24 Images)
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