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A87996631 - Baroque Art – All For One

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Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor

Entry: Baroque Art – All For One - A87996631
Author: Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor - U1314679

The next part of the series, just in time after the Renaissance is done. I'm afriad it'S again a few hundred words longer than I'd have liked it to be.

It was difficult to draw a line between art and architechture in the BAroque, but I did my best. smiley - laugh


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SashaQ - happysad

Excellent smiley - ok Thank you very much - very interesting smiley - biggrin

"It was the last large all-encompasing arts style in Europe" - I'm not sure I understand what that means.

"The emotions boiling up inside people are visualized through the many folds of their clothes." - superb!

"copying popular in large quantities." - popular paintings?

smiley - ok


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Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor

Thanks a lot!

I corrected that. smiley - smiley


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SashaQ - happysad

Aha! Perfect smiley - ok


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Dmitri Gheorgheni - Not Banned in China

Sorry for the length of this list. smiley - hug

>>regeneration of the Catholic Church. <<

I don't think 'regeneration' is quite the right word. Resurgence? (What is it in German?)

>>to lead believers in the right way.<<

That sounds like taking sides. smiley - rofl Could you say 'to provide moral inspiration'?

>>Baroque arts has<<

'Baroque art has', or 'the baroque arts have'. Choose singular or plural.

smiley - biro I love the opera part. smiley - biggrin Could you please put the scientists in a separate paragraph?

>>They were naturalistic but not cool.<<

The word 'cool' isn't doing it for me here. Can you think of another word? What is missing from this naturalism?

>>the emergence of more arts critiques and writings on this matter.<<

Did you mean 'an increase in critical writing about the arts'?

>>a new ware.<<

Not in English. How about, 'The arts became a matter of interest and public discussion, something to write about. They also provided new goods that could be bought, sold, or traded.'

>>Gesamtkunstwerk<<

I'd go ahead and say something like 'Gesamtkunstwerk, or 'total work of art.' I would do this even though 'Gesamtkunstwerk' is a loan word in English - because lots of people don't know what it means. smiley - winkeye

>>Ceiling paintings were also a very suitable thing for churches, of course. <<

Why 'of course'? I'd leave it out.

>>The study of antique arts<<

'The study of the arts of antiquity'. [These days, 'antique' as an adjective is going to make people think of second-hand shops. My coffee table is antique. It is not Roman.]

I love the last sentence. smiley - rofl





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Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

Hi Tav, you have one instance of "colour" (correct) and 5 instances of "coluor" (incorrect).

smiley - tea
Gesamtkunstwerk - a total work of art - I didn't know what that meant, I doubt I can pronounce itsmiley - laugh Thanks for the lessonsmiley - ok

smiley - cheers

GB
smiley - galaxysmiley - artist


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