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Example Question #1 : Answering Other Questions About Early Modern Architecture
Who was the Renaissance architect whose guidebook and personal neoclassical style was widely influential during the Enlightenment?
Leonardo da Vinci
William de Keyser
The Italian architect Andrea Palladio was well known for his own buildings in his native Venice, but gained greater fame for the work of architectural theory he composed in 1570, The Four Books of Architecture. Drawing on Greek and Roman influences, Palladio called for symmetry, domes, columns, and grand spaces. Each of these elements would become hallmarks of neoclassical architecture during the eighteenth century.
Example Question #2 : Answering Other Questions About Early Modern Architecture
Originally meant as a derogatory description, which post-Renaissance movement was characterized by ornate decoration, as seen in the palace of Versailles and in the works of Caravaggio, in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries?
Mannerism was mainly in the sixteenth century, and was not as strong in movement or emotion. Impressionism was a nineteenth century movement focusing on small brush strokes and an emphasis on openness and light in the overall composition. Gothic art is a Medieval art style, which came before the Renaissance. Pre-modern is not an art style. Baroque style is typically used to describe Versailles and Caravaggio.