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Art History:Baroque Art: Subject Headings

This guide includes information about available resources on Baroque Art of the 17th century.

Baroque Artists

BAROQUE ARTISTS

Bernini, Gianlorenzo, 1598-1680

Borromini, Francisco, 1599-1667

Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da, 1572- 1610

Carracci, Agostino, 1557-1602

Gentileschi, Artemisia, 1593-1652

Rembrandt, Harmenszoon van Riji, 1606-1669

Rubens, Peter Paul, 1577-1640

Sacchi, Andrea, 1599-1661

Tiepolo, Giambattista, 1696-1770

Wren, Christopher, 1632-1723

 

 

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