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Renaissance, Barogue, and RococoThree stylistic period Renaissance, Baroque, and RococoArt HistoryUniversity of the People
Renaissance, Barogue, and RococoIntroduction:The 15th-18th centuries were a time of great changes in art, architecture, and thinking. It was a time of standard development and progress. The artists tried to create ideal, proportional and symmetrical works. In this essay, I would like to show how in each period age ( Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo) artists used scientific knowlegde to create their work.Renaissance:The stylistic period Renaissance in which the most important ideology of the new times becomes humanism and the anthropocentrism associated with it. Anthropocentrism is the attitudeof the creators, which puts people and their affairs at the center of attention. During the Renaissance, classical patterns and naturalism came into force in art. Renaissance art reflected the ideas of the era. It was characterized by the harmony of form, calmness, static, structural clarity, and beauty achieved using certain proportions ( models on ancient ones). Themes of the works were combined, e.g. mythological motifs coexisted with Christian ones. Renaissance creativity celebrated the humanity and beauty of the visible world, giving up the extremely spiritual approach to art that characterized the Middle Age.The Renaissance took over many classical techniques, for example in such areas as architecture or sculpture. Renaissance artists blurred the boundaries between various fields of art and literature. For many reasons, the Renaissance began in Italy. In addition to the fact that there was a rich artistic tradition there, Italia was then the richest country in Europe at the time. The cities were flourishing, rich merchants and bankers wanted to make their names famous by ordering portraits, building magnificent palaces, decorating family chapels. And although the