The Rococo style originated in Paris about and was soon adopted throughout France and later in other countries, principally Germany and Austria.
In the work, Saint George is a muscly man that wore an armor that looked exactly as it was made in real life during that era. Queluz National Palace, Portugal: In the Baroque style of architecture, emphasis was placed on bold spaces, domes, and large masses, as exemplified by the Queluz National Palace in Portugal.
It featured dynamic orchestrated columns and pillars along with elaborate and ornamental decorations; The Santa Maria Della Pace was re-designed by Pietro da Cortana; Karlskirche was a church built in Vienna and commissioned by the Holy Roman Catholic Church.
In music, the Baroque style makes up a large part of the classical canon, such as Bach, Handel, and Vivaldi. Baroque iconography was direct, obvious, and dramatic, intending to appeal above all to the senses and the emotions.
Walter Friedlaender refers to such "elements as interest in verisimilitude and naturalism often with a strong allegorical contentrepresentations of extreme states of feeling, a desire to suggest extensions into space, dynamic movement, an intense engagement with light in its physical and spiritual connotations and a sensitivity to the impact of Classical civilizations, as representing some of the salient features of Baroque art.
Famous buildings included: the church of Santa Susanna designed by Carlo Moderno. The baroque sculpture was generally of a higher size than the real, and it was marked by a similar sense of dynamic movement, along with an active use of the space.
Reformation: The religious movement initiated by Martin Luther in the 16th century to reform the Roman Catholic Church. It is designed to ask the viewer to walk around the entire sculpture for examination.
Baroque art manifested itself differently in various European countries owing to their unique political and cultural climates.