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The Rococo

The rococo style became prevalent in interior design, painting, sculpture, and the decorative arts and architecture whose main characteristic is brilliance and elegance, far from luxurious and with enchanting complexities. White, pink, blue, and green are the primary colors in Rococo art, inducing unmatched glory and exaggerated emotions. In fact, the Baroque era first appeared in the Baroque era of war and humiliation, but over time it took its place in art history. The Baroque era, which boasted more of an exaggeration and extremism, tended to focus more on personal details and emotions and display that brilliance. All of the photographs attempt to convey that sense of brilliance and complexity in the mind first and then work from an aesthetic point of view to make the Baroque feel alive. My attempt as the creator of the work was to give the images a more warm feeling with the help of unconventional and creative light and to showcase the sense of brilliance and beauty of the time.

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Date Taken: 08.2020
Date Uploaded: 11.2020
Photo Location: Tehran, Iran
Copyright: © Peyman Naderi