Providing a greater understanding and analysis of Baroque and Rococo Art- Baroque and Rococo Art & Architecture is the first in-depth introduction to the Baroque and Rococo in Western Europe and Latin America. The text provides readers with a close look into individual artworks and an analysis of the methods of architectural design KEY TOPICS: Understand and analyze individual artworks. Identify and interpret key monuments with essential data. MARKET For those interested in learning and understanding Baroque and Rococo Art.
About the Author
Robert Neuman is Professor of Art History at Florida State University, where he specializes in early modern European art and architecture. He received his PhD from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His scholarship ranges widely, encompassing all media including decorative arts, costume, and garden history. In addition to articles, book chapters, and review essays, he is the author of the book, Robert de Cotte and the Perfection of Architecture in Eighteenth-Century France. Several awards, including grants from the French government and the Millard Meiss Fund, have supported his research. Professor Neuman has been recognized for excellence in teaching with three major awards at Florida State.