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'This exuberant architecture, staring in ??????, was at first confined within a territory which included Italy and Spain, Austria, Hungary and Catholic Germany.'

Rome

2

'3 breakaway features' of Baroque. 1st feature is cited in the following excerpt:

' Baroque architects deserted symmetry and equilibrium to experiment with new and vigorous ?????'

Massing

3

'3 breakaway features' of Baroque. 2nd feature is cited in the following excerpt:
'The 2nd was that it deserted the static fork of the square and of the circle for shapes that swirl and move. S-curves, undulating facades and plans based on ??????'

Ovals

4

'3 breakaway features' of the Baroque. 3rd feature is cited in the following excerpt:

'The 3rd breakaway feature of the Baroque was an extreme form of ??????'

Theatricality

5

Reference to the 3rd breakaway feature of the Baroque, Patrick Nuttgens cites on pg 205 that theatricality 'involved the creating of illusion. The Baroque is fertile with examples of ????????'

Trompe-l'oeil

6

'The two founding figures of the Baroque were ????????'

Borromini and Bernini

7

'Bernini opened the Baroque with a fanfare of trumpets from where Michelangelo had left off, first by building..... secondly by creating an illusion of buet..... finally by erecting the double colonnade which clasps the vast ???????? Before the cathedral.'

Piazza

8

'They (Bernini and Borromini) set the style but their genius was too incendiary for general export, and it was the rather milder forms of their innovations propagated by ?????? That spread throughout Europe... Architects came to Rome to study under ??????'

Carlo Fontana

9

'???????, also designed by Neumann, is perhaps the most complex of all Baroque churches.'

Vierzehnheiligen pilgrimage church

10

'The last phase of the Baroque (in France) was called ???????? .'

Rococo