Baroque

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Synonyms for Baroque

Synonyms for Baroque

elaborately and heavily ornamented

Synonyms for Baroque

the historic period from about 1600 until 1750 when the baroque style of art, architecture, and music flourished in Europe

elaborate and extensive ornamentation in decorative art and architecture that flourished in Europe in the 17th century

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having elaborate symmetrical ornamentation

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Heller introduces the different faith ideologies that dominated the seventeenth century, and then turns to the stylistic pluralism and cutting-edge characteristics of sacred music in the period, particularly the development of the sacred concerto and colossal baroque styles.
Kennedy had earlier made all on Baroque Style in the two-mile handicap hurdle and he completed a memorable day - and brought his winning run to seven wins from 10 rides - when Prince Of Cars defied top weight in the Proudstown Handicap Hurdle, scraping home by a nose.
The French Baroque style is highly ornamented, descriptive and often referred to myths, nature and actual people.
Decadent fabrics, lavish adornment and exuberant detail are essential to the baroque style, cast into the limelight this season by top designers, Dolce and Gabbana and Balmain.
BAROQUE: Embrace the drama of baroque style in this daring eveningwear trend which is full of heavy fabrics, like faux fur and leather, embellishment and intricate finishes.
One more hotel in the baroque style will be put up under the Kale Fortress.
He began a career in neo-realist cinema but later preferred an oneiric blend of fantasy and baroque style, especially evident in his "La Dolce Vita", "Amarcord" and "8½.
Peter Paul Rubens was a prolific seventeenth-century Flemish Baroque painter who painted in an extravagant Baroque style.
Like most of the preeminent practitioners of this brand of fantasy, ivkovic understands that language as unadorned and stripped down as possible provides a better backdrop for outrageous imaginings than would a more baroque style.
Baroque Furniture (so-called after the manufacturer) came to signal success, Baroque style.
Rembrandt being his inspiA[degrees] ration, Binosh's works also feature much play with light and shadow, using deep, dark tones intrinsic to the Baroque style of painting.
Yet their uncompromising style stands in sharp contrast to the florid Baroque style of Messerschmidt's earlier sculptures for the court of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria" (getty.
In the Edwardian Baroque style, it was more recently used as a carers' centre and tourist office.
His work entails a lot of travel in the small villages of the beautiful south Bohemian countryside, where some houses are built in the local, rustic baroque style.
Heavily carved all round with harvest themes and frolicking cherubs in the baroque style, the sideboard was purchased by a local dealer for export.