The Classical Era. Rococo Neoclassical Inventions Rulers Wars Lifestyles. Rococo definition. Rococo refers to a style of painting that depicted elegance, beautiful still-lifes (such as bowls of fruit), and fanciful depictions of outdoor entertainment. Baroque vs. Rococo.
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The Classical Era
Rococo refers to a style of painting that depicted elegance, beautiful still-lifes (such as bowls of fruit), and fanciful depictions of outdoor entertainment.
Back from the Market
Watteau – Still Life
Girl Peeling Vegetables
refined the Steam Engine,
industry and transportation.
Louis XVI of France
Marie Antoinette, his wife
Catherine the Great of Russia
The American Revolution, 1775-1783
The French Revolution, 1789-1799
Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 – 1821)
The Rise of the Middle Class
Causes were :
These things enabled middle class folks to have purchasing power, participate in culture, and have decent housing. The poor were still poor and many were servants to the rich.