BAROQUE Architecture

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BAROQUE Architecture by Mind Map: BAROQUE Architecture

1. MEXICO

1.1. Exuberant

1.1.1. Cathedral of Mexico city, Retablo de los reyes

1.1.1.1. Puebla

1.2. Rich

1.2.1. Cathedral in Zacatecas

1.2.1.1. a

1.3. Sober

2. SPAIN

2.1. Austere

2.2. Classical

2.3. Chirrigueresque

2.3.1. Santiago De Compostela (Facade)

3. ENGLAND

3.1. Sober and Classical

3.1.1. St. Paul´s Cathedral, London

4. GERMANY

4.1. Professional Intelectual

4.1.1. Wurzburg Prince-Bishop´s Residence  1735

4.2. NORTH

4.2.1. Severe

4.2.2. Classicism

4.2.3. Sober

4.3. SOUTH

4.3.1. Rich Ornaments

5. FRANCE

5.1. Classical Baroque, Monarchy

5.1.1. Order

5.1.2. Control

5.1.3. Equilibrium

5.1.3.1. Palace of Versailles, Loui Le Vau

5.1.3.1.1. Gardens

6. WHAT?

6.1. Where and When?

6.1.1. 16th century

6.1.1.1. Spain

6.1.1.2. Mexico

6.1.1.3. England

6.1.1.4. Austria

6.1.1.5. Germany

6.1.1.6. France

6.1.1.7. Italy

6.2. Baroque cities

6.2.1. Linear wide boulevards and piazzas

6.2.1.1. St Peter´s Basilica

6.2.1.1.1. Piazza Navona

6.3. HOW?

6.3.1. Deformed

6.3.2. Irregular

6.3.3. Extravagant

6.3.4. Absurd

6.3.5. Abnormal

6.3.6. unusual

6.3.7. Architecture Style

6.3.7.1. Broken Pediment

6.3.7.1.1. Giant Order

6.4. Historical events

6.4.1. Reformation of the church

7. ITALY

7.1. Maderno

7.1.1. Early Baroque

7.1.1.1. Santa Susanna Facade

7.2. Da Cortona

7.2.1. Interior designer

7.2.1.1. Church of Santi Lucca e Martina 1635

7.3. Bernini

7.3.1. Architect and artists, Catholic, truth, emotional expresion

7.3.1.1. St Peter Basilica Baldacchino

7.4. Borromoni

7.4.1. Sculptor, architect, dramatic

7.4.1.1. Church of San Carlo alle quattro Fontane 1638

7.5. Guarino

7.5.1. Architect, Late baroque, Spread baroque

7.5.1.1. Santa Maria della Divina Providenza,

8. GERMANY

9. SPAIN

10. MEXICO

11. ENGLAND

12. ITALY

13. FRANCE