Triumph of Bacchus and Adriane (part of The Loves of the Gods); by Annibale Carracci. circa 1597–1600. fresco. length (gallery): 20.2 m. Palazzo Farnese Rome.

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Baroque art is an art movement and style that started circa 1590 in Rome, and spread to most of Europe.

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Visual artist. Writer. Civil engineer.

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