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Baroque and Rococo Slideshow

Caravaggio, The Supper at Emmaus (1601-02)
Caravaggio, The Supper at Emmaus (1601-02)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)
  • Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)
  • Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)
  • Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)
  • Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)
  • Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)
  • Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)
  • Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)
  • Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)
  • Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)
  • Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)

This slideshow illustrates important artworks by some of the major artists associated with Baroque and Rococo Art.

List of Artworks

(in order of appearance)

Baroque Art (c.1600-1700)

  1. Caravaggio, The Supper at Emmaus (1601-02)
  2. Caravaggio, The Entombment (1602-03)
  3. Sir Peter Paul Rubens, Hippopotamus and Crocodile Hunt (1615-16)
  4. Sir Peter Paul Rubens, Portrait of a Young Girl (1615-16)
  5. Sir Anthony van Dyck, The Crowning of Thorns, (1618-20)
  6. Sir Anthony van Dyck, Triple Portrait of Charles 1(1635)
  7. Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith Beheading Holofernes (1612-21)
  8. Artemisia Gentileschi, Self Portrait (c.1630s)
  9. Georges de La Tour, Mary Magdalen with the Smoking Lamp (1640)
  10. Georges de La Tour, Christ in the Carpenter's Shop (1645)
  11. Diego Velázquez, The Water Seller of Seville (1623)
  12. Diego Velázquez, Juan de Pareja (c.1650)

 

Rococo Art (c.1700-1775)

  1. Antoine Watteau, Study of a Woman's Head (1710)
  2. Antoine Watteau, Gilles (1718-20)
  3. William Hogarth, Marriage à-la-mode (1743-45)
  4. William Hogarth, Self Portrait (1745)
  5. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, An Allegory of Merit with Nobility and Virtue (1757-58)
  6. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, The Vision of St. Anne (1759)
  7. Thomas Gainsborough, Mr and Mrs Andrews (1748-49)
  8. Thomas Gainsborough, The Blue Boy, (1770)
  9. Jean-Honoré Fragonard, The Swing (1767)
  10. Jean-Honoré Fragonard, A Young Girl Reading (c. 1776)

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'The Crowning of Thorns' (1602-04) by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio.

'The Crowning of Thorns' (1602-04) by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio.

 

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