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Modern Rococo

Modern Rococo

via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Rococo is all about glamour and indulgence, but don’t forget about comfort playfulness. Asymmetry creates lightness and airiness of the interior, creating a fun and carefree mood. These days, Rococo is considered as a mood which...
English Rococo

English Rococo

via Victoria and Albert Museum Rococo was never widely adopted in Great Britain; however, the silverwork, porcelain, and silks were strongly influenced by the continental style. English Rococo also tended to be more restrained. Rococo in England was also connected...
Italian Rococo

Italian Rococo

via Wikipedia In Italy, the Rococo style was concentrated primarily in Venice, where it was represented by the large-scale decorative paintings of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. Italian Rococo interior design was influenced by the Regency and Louis XV styles. Italian...
German and Austrian Rococo

German and Austrian Rococo

via Wikipedia Rococo then spread throughout other countries, principally Germany and Austria, where the style was combined with the German Baroque modes to create a style of incredible lavishness and profusion. Architects often draped their interiors in clouds of...
French Rococo

French Rococo

via Architectural Digest Originating in France, the style maintained the Baroque taste for complex forms and intricate patterns. French Rococo also integrated a variety of diverse characteristics including a taste for Oriental designs and asymmetric compositions....
Rococo Characteristics

Rococo Characteristics

via Arkpad Characteristics of Rococo art include ornate designs and fine, delicate features. Sculpture and architecture feature excessively decorative added features. This style showcases delicate curves and colors used in paintings and portraits. It is also...