Definition of Barock
1. baroque [n -S] - See also: baroque
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Literary usage of Barock
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catalogue of Books Relating to Architecture, Construction and Decoration in by Boston Public Library, Mary Harris Rollins, Frank A. Bourne (1914)
"*Cab.6o.78.3 Jessen, P. Italienische barock- und Rococo- Decken. Berlin. 1893. 12 plates. [Koenigliche Museen, Berlin. Kunstgewerbe Museum. 16. ..."
2. Nuremberg and Its Art to the End of the 18th Century by Paul Johannes Rée (1905)
"A pleasing example in the late barock style, of the beginning of the 18th ... His tendency in the matter of taste, marking the transition from barock to ..."
3. A History of Architecture by Fiske Kimball, George Harold Edgell (1918)
"... barock- und Rococo- Architektur, 3 vols., 1892, Books dealing with but one of the complementary tendencies of the times are P. ..."
4. Baroque Architecture by Martin Shaw Briggs (1914)
"France, the Netherlands, and England Architettura Italiana Vedute di Roma Baroque Architecture and Sculpture in Italy barock und Rococo . ..."