baróc, faróc, maróc
Noun(1) the historic period from about 1600 until 1750 when the baroque style of art, architecture, and music flourished in Europe(2) elaborate and extensive ornamentation in decorative art and architecture that flourished in Europe in the 17th century
Adjective(1) having elaborate symmetrical ornamentation(2) of or relating to or characteristic of the elaborately ornamented style of architecture, art, and music popular in Europe between 1600 and 1750
(1) Accordingly, the transitional period between the opulent baroque period and the less formal rococo era of Louis XV became known as French RÔö£┬«gence, or Regency.(2) His baroque and intentionally abstruse periodic Latin proved extremely liable to corruption in the extensive and contaminated later manuscript tradition.(3) Consequently, Cuban furniture made during this period was quickly given foreign forms and styles such as the Queen Anne style, as well as French and Dutch baroque and rococo elements.(4) Unlike my hypothesis, she speaks in her baroque and breathless way not only when upset or anxious but also when she is up and effusive.(5) To their millionaire owners and portico-loving architects, they are temples of mock baroque and neo-Tudor excess that serve as worthy successors to the great country houses of the past.(6) The jury may still be out on Rubens's great baroque theatricals but who can resist the oil sketches?(7) Above all, perhaps, it confirmed its composer's repossession of the baroque in its regular harmonic movement.(8) They feature palatial cathedrals, now totally imaginary, and evoking the grandest styles, from the SacrÔö£┬«-Coeur to the Kremlin, from Saint-Sophia to English gothic, Austrian or German baroque .(9) Inside you'll find examples of gothic, MudÔö£┬«jar, renaissance and baroque architecture along with a stunning collection of works by Rubens, Goya, Van Dyck and VelÔö£├¡zquez.(10) Enthusiasts of the baroque will want to sample but making the purchase for a rather short changed disc that plays for well under an hour would be daunting for some.(11) The programme will include baroque concertos by Vivaldi, Bach and many more.(12) At times, the walking step is inflated to a neat little leap; at its most baroque , it becomes a tiny turn.(13) He also earned the scorn of most of the UK when the couple sold pictures of their baroque wedding to a glossy magazine for #1 million.(14) Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, baroque , and rococo facades combine to create majestic results.(15) A fine example of Central American baroque in Granada is the Iglesia de La Mercad, which was completed in 1539 and restored in 1862.(16) He renounced the joyful individuality seen in early Swedish baroque and tried instead to turn the whole of the country into his own CittÔö£├í ideale.
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