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moved away from a solely “God” centric artist influences. On the other hand, the Renaissance was the forfront of perspective art, creating a three dimensional illusion in two dimensional space. As for the Baroque we see artists paying homage to the art of theater which was heralded by the ancient Romans and Greeks. As discussed in Baroque and Rococo we see that Baroque architects and artists used curved lines, ornamentation, and elaborate domes to create a grandiose atmosphere. Now as for how the Baroque era turned away from its classical predecessors we see the dynamic natures of their sculptures, not being limited to the confines of their pedestal very unlike the Classical traditions. Now as for the Rococo period we see a style of art made and consumed by the bourgeoisie ( Baroque and Rococo)this style of artwork was criticized by many philosophers (A beginner’s guide to Rococo art) and in my opinion really exemplified the class inequality of the time. This vary much in art style turns away from almost all classical artistic traditions. With the criticism of the Rococo era gave birth to Neoclassism which embraced the traditions of the classical ( Baroque and Rococo). As I see it the Classical traditions of ancient Greece and Roman left a resounding mark on these era in art history particularly in the Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo periods. Artists have both embraced and turned away from aspects of the Classical traditions. Renaissance Art. Khanacademy. Retrieved from:A beginner’s guide to Rococo art. Khanacademy. Retrieved from:-rococo-artBaroque and Rococo. Khanacademy. Retrieved from: