Mannerism an Boroque

Mannerism, translated into Italian "'maniera", means style or stylishness. This term is referred to a style of painting, sculpture, and architecture. This movement emerged in Rome and Florence between 1510 and 1520, during the later years of the High Renaissance. Mannerism acts as a bridge between the idealized style of Renaissance art and the dramatic theatricality of the Baroque.

Mannerist painting tends to be more artificial and less naturalistic than Renaissance painting. Meanwhile Mannerist sculpture was more expressive than its Renaissance predecessors. 

Well-known art includes:

Sistine Chapel Frescoes

The Coronation of the Virgin 

The Baroque movement took place in the seventeenth century, branching in Italy and moved to other areas of Europe and the world. The Baroque style started with the Catholic Church. The church wanted its religious paintings to become more emotional and dramatic. This type of style spread to where much of the art of the time became very dramatic, full of life and movement, and emotion. Angels flying, people fighting, crowds in fear, saints in heaven. Baroque art was often made of rich materials such as colorful marble, bronze, or even gilded with gold. 

Well-know art includes:

II Gesu

Palace of Versailles