Italian art: The Rococo Period
The leading lights of the 18th cent. came from Venice. Among them were the brilliant exponent of the rococo style, Tiepolo; the architectural painters Guardi, Canaletto, Piazzetta, and Bellotto; and the engraver of Roman antiquities, Piranesi. Fantastic landscape was brought into vogue in the works of Castiglione and Magnasco, both of whom worked in Naples.
- The Medieval Period
- The Beginnings of Italian Renaissance Art
- The Quattrocento
- Venetian Painting
- The Baroque Period
- The Rococo Period
- Modern Italian Art
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