The rococo art movement.
Roccoco is a style of art that developed in France between about 1700 and 1780. It flourished after the death of King Louis XIV in 1715. At that time, many nobles and aristocrats were moving from the court of Versailles to Paris. The term 'Roccoco' stems from the French word "Rocaille" meaning fanciful rock or shell design, these designs were prominent during the period and decorated the outdoor parks of the French nobility. Roccoco implies a refined, elegant and ornate style and manner.
Roccoco directly proceeded the Baroque style and although Roccoco was influ…
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