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Rococo during the first part, later Neoclassicism.

Realistic Important styles were Rococo and Neoclassicism.

Jean-Honore Fragonard is widely regarded as the main painter of the French Rococo period.

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Rococo was a French style, predominant in the 18th century. Rococo artists used delicate brushstrokes and pastel colors. Their paintings depict various activities of the French aristocracy. Some also suggest a playful or mischievous manner. Unlike Baroque art, Rococo possessed a tone that was more frivolous and less religious.

resistance to the strict rules of academic painting.

The Rococo period, the period of orchestral and art movement, lasted from about 1695 until the 1960s, then enjoyed a revival between 1975 and 2005.

Rococo art focuses on the lavishness and indulgence of the artistocracy. Paintings are whimsical and have recognizable (and overt) erotic themes. Use of pastel colors and flowing brushstrokes was also popular. Rococo is a style of 18th century French art and interior design. Rococo rooms were designed as total works of art with elegant and ornate furniture, small sculptures, ornamental mirrors, and tapestry complementing architecture, reliefs, and wall paintings. Painters used delicate colors and curving forms. Some works show a sort of naughtiness.

Rococo is a style of French design and decor that originated in the mid-18th century. Rococo was the last part of the French Baroque style and is characterized by rich decoration and a variety of motifs, incuding deep swirls, scrolls, scalloped shells and foilage. In exterior design, rococo-style balconies are made of detailed ironwork, such as interlacing scrolls supported on ornate brackets. These were a change from classical stone balustraded balconies.

They are both apart of French history during the French Revolution.

Roughly from 1715 till the French revolution.

the pearly finish on the inside of a shell

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The Rococo movement in design and art during the late 17th to early 18th century Paris, was characteristically whimsical and somewhat sensual. Rococo art can be recognized easily by the pastel colors and seashell curved lines in paintings of the period.

Jan Knoef has written: 'Van romantiek tot realisme' -- subject(s): Art, Artists, Dutch, Dutch Artists 'Tusschen rococo en romantiek' -- subject(s): Dutch Painters, Painters, Dutch

French Rococo artist Antonine Watteau was known for his paintings of fancy dressed Ladies and Gentlemen. He painted graceful and charming scenes. Some of his subjects were from comedy and ballets.

Rococo was the dominant 18th century style in Europe. Towards the end of the century the new style was Neo-Classicism.

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