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Atlas of the Baroque World. Painting and Sculpture.

Atlas of the Baroque World. Painting and Sculpture.

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Baroque: an intercultural bridge between civilizations.

Between the XVIth and the XVIIIth century western civilization had a deep change resulting from the impact of the great inventions, scientific and astronomical discoveries of Gallileo and Keplero and from the discovery of new lands.
The term Europe appears for the first time and, from Italy, the new artistic and cultural reality named Baroque extended in Europe and in South America integrating with local traditions and religion in painting, sculpture, architecture, music and theatre, becoming the first international cultural movement and a precious element for dialogue among different cultures.
Unesco started the project Atlas of the Baroque World to analyze the itineraries of ideas and shapes, the conditions of civilizations, and the rich and varied creations realized between the XVIth and the XVIIIth century in 50 countries in three continents.
The spectacular Baroque art style was born in Rome and it spread through Northern Europe and Latin America. Paintings are dominated by illusionistic expressions that aim to the marvelousness and rich decorative emotions, while in sculpture there is the extreme form of the artistic movement.
The volume, edited by professor Jacques Thuillier, of the Collège de France, illustrates the relationship between the demand of images from civil and religious authorities and the sacred and profane creations of artists and artisans.

Jacques Thuillier, Presentation

Demand

Jacques Thuillier, Secular Demand

J. T., Kings and Princes
Antonio Solano, Velázquez (1599-1660), Painter to the King of Spain

J. T., The Aristocracy
Frank Büttner, The Italian Gallery: the Gallery of the Palazzo Medici-Riccardi

J. T., The Demand for Portraits
Tadeusz Chrzanowski, Poland: the Sarmatian Portrait
Clara Bargellini, The Crowned Nuns of New Spain

J. T., The Vogue of Genre Painting
Luca Gatti, Dutch Painting in the 17th century: Gerrit Dou (1613-75)
Clara Bargellini, The Casta Paintings of New Spain in the 18th Century

J. T., The Taste for Collecting
Enrique Valdivieso, The Phenomenon of Collecting in Spain

Jacques Thuillier, The Religious Demand

J. T., The Demand for Churches
Bernd Wolfgang Lindemann, A New Church in a Protestant Country: Arlesheim
Elisa Vargaslugo, The Integrated Whole: the Church of Santa Prisca in Taxco

J. T., The Vogue for Large Retables
Enrique Valdivieso, The Sculpted Retable in Spain: Martínez Montañés

J. T., From Religious Eloquence to the Symbolism of the Pulpit
Carl Van de Velde, Monumental Pulpits: the Catholic Netherlands

J. T., The Marian Cult
Enrique Valdivieso, Murillo (1618-82

J. T., The Demand for Missions
Teresa Gisbert, The Franciscan Series
Teresa Gisbert, Art in the Jesuit Missions

J. T., The Protestant Attitude
Carl Van de Velde, Jordaens and Demand in the Protestant Countries

J. T., The Outlying Areas of the Baroque
Regalado Trota Josè, Religious Sculpture in Wood and Stone in the Philippines

the Baroque artist

J. T., The Great Model of the Baroque Painter: Rubens
Carl Van de Velde, The European Artist: Rubens (1577-1640)

J. T., The Baroque Artist, an Artist without Borders
Bernd Wolfgang Lindemann, The Wandering Artist: Carlone (1686-1775)

J. T., The Adaptation of Countries in Latin America
Myriam Ribeiro de Olivera, From Portugal to Brazil: the monumental decorations of the
churches in Minas Gerais
Clara Bargellini, Cristóbal de Villalpando, a Baroque Painter of New Spain
Elisa Vargaslugo, Juan Correa

J. T., Rome, the Centre of Gravity
Frank Büttner, The Concorso Clementino and Cosmas Damian Asam

J. T., The Proliferation of Academies
Pavel Preiss, Academies on Imperial Territory

J. T., The Artists Training
Enrique Valdivieso, The Artists Training in Spain

J. T., The Artists Status
Enrique Valdivieso, The Artists Status

J. T., Structures in Latin America
Teresa Gisbert, Families of Painters and Corporations

J. T., Exhibitions
Olivier Bonfait, Exhibitions of paintings in Bologna

a new art

Jacques Thuillier, A New Inspiration

J. T., The Celebration of Mythology
Alessandro Brogi, The Celebration of Mythology: Annibale Carracci at the Palazzo Farnese

J. T., Glorification of the Human Body
Alessandra Frabetti, Guido Reni and the Nude

J. T., The Glorification of God
Tadeusz Chrzanowski, Divine Triumphs

J. T., The Baroque Angel
Teresa Gisbert, The Series of Harquebusier Angels

J. T., Painting as Meditation
Enrique Valdivieso, Zurbarán (1598-1664

Jacques Thuillier, A New Language

J. T., The Organisation of Interior Space
Rossana Bossaglia, Monumental palace fresco decoration : Gian Battista Tiepolo (1696-1779)
Frank Büttner, The Frescoes of Franz Joseph Spiegler in the Abbey Church of Zwiefalten
J. T., The Focus on the Moment
Bernd Wolfgang Lindemann, Grand Sculpture: Günthers Annunciation and Pietà

J. T., Sculpture and Building
Bernd Wolfgang Lindemann, Movement in Sculpture: Permoser

J. T., Sculpture and Gardens
Myriam Ribeiro de Olivera, From sculpture to stage design: Congonhas do Campo (Aleijadinho, 1738-1814)
Bernd Wolfgang Lindemann, The Sculptural Decoration of Gardens: Veitshchheim
J. T., Urban Sculpture
Pavel Preiss, The Charles Bridge in Prague

J. T., Painting and Light
Elena Cattarini Léger, Caravaggio: Chiaro Scuro
Patrick Le Chanu, Light in the Work of Vermeer

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