Saturday, November 24, 2018

European fine arts of the 17th and 18th centuries-abstract canvas art online sale

Abstract canvas art online sale-In the 17th century, the basic pattern of major European countries in modern times was basically determined,Large Abstract Art
 and the spheres of influence of Catholicism and protestantism were also basically established.
Under the banner of anti-reformation, the Roman church,Modern Wall Art which had been strongly attacked by the reformation movement, was revitalized again.
In order to publicize its greatness, attract and inspire believers, in Italy and other regions with strong Catholic power, an art style with obvious sensational effect was advocated and obtained
Full development.
The art of this style is baroque art. Although it inherits the illusory tradition of reproduction established in the Renaissance,Large Black and White Art it
abandons the simple, harmonious and stable classical style and departs to a kind of artistic realm that is complicated and exaggerated, magnificent, imposing and dynamic.LARGE ABSTRACT MINIMALIST ART

Baroque art has become the most representative style of this century, but it is not the only style.
In the different development process of each country, adapt to different requirements, European art also presents different features, such as realistic tendency, classical fashion, so that the art of this era appears more colorful.

In the 18th century, when rationality and science were further developed, rococo art first emerged in France after baroque art prevailed in the 17th century. As a style, it can be said to be a reverse of baroque style.
In contrast to baroque art, which is grand and dynamic, emphasizing dramatic effects and sensational power, rococo art pursues lovely, light and delicate effects and regards pleasure as its purpose.
In the first half of the 18th century it became a major trend in Europe.

In the second half of the 18th century, two different art trends emerged.
In the excavation of ancient Roman ruins and the interest in classical culture, the ideal of neoclassicism was triggered.
But in the natural mysterious beauty and the medieval infatuation, then develops the romantic spirit.
These two opposing tendencies are intertwined and parallel and will be further manifested in the 19th century.