Category Archives: Baroque

School of Cuzco (Peru)

The School of Cuzco was formed by a circle of Peruvian artists and comprised artists of unidentified ethnic groups. It was established from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century in Cuzco, Peru. This school experienced three main periods, each with … Continue reading

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UltraBaroque

Baroque is a term used in the literature of the arts with both a historical and critical meaning, and as both an adjective and a noun. This entry will focus on defining and relating the term Baroque art as they are most … Continue reading

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School of Cuzco (Peru)

School formed by a circle of artists who came from different ethnics groups. They all established themselves in Cuzco, Peru, from the XVI to the XIX Centuries, giving rise to the School of Cuzco.  This school experienced three main stages, … Continue reading

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