Baroque art, artists

Baroque art, Baroque artists; painters, sculptors, architects
A comprehensive guide to Baroque art websites

Arte Barocca; Arte Barroco


Architecture *

17th Century Architecture.

Architettura Barocca

Baroque architecture.

L’Arte Barocca (in Italian).
Storia dell’Art

10 Masterpieces of Baroque Architecture. History Lists

Baroque Art and Architecture entry at Oxford Art Online
Oxford Art Online is a gateway offering users the ability to access and search the vast content of Grove Art Online and other Oxford art reference resources in one location.

Examples of Baroque buildings, Wikipedia entries.

Wikipedia entry on Baroque architecture.

Baroque buildings, an online gallery from Great Buildings Online.

Versailles. Château de Versailles, France


Baroque Art Internet Resources
Images, Baroque artists, essays on the Baroque.

Baroque music

Baroque art at The Webmuseum Paris

Barocke in Val di Noto – Sizilien

Baroque in the History of Art

Dutch and Flemish Painting 16th-17th centuries.
National Gallery of Art


Florence/Firenze Bibliography of Florentine Baroque Art

French and Italian painting of the 17th Century. The National Gallery of Art 


Italian Baroque artists.
Enter ‘Italian’ and ‘Baroque’ in the search engine. The Web Gallery of Art

National Gallery (London) collection of sixteenth-century paintings.


Sculpture *

Baroque sculpture in Italy. THAIS

Baroque sculpture. Artchive


Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Sculptures from the 1610s
Sculptures from the 1620s
Sculptures from the 1630s
Sculptures from the 1640s
Sculptures from the 1650s
Sculptures from the 1660s
Sculptures from the 1670s


Versailles. Château de Versailles.


A description with illustrated samples by Caravaggio and Annibale Carracci.

Wikipedia entry on Baroque art.

Baroque painters, architects, sculptors *

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Bernini, Gian Lorenzo

Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Wikipedia entry.
Bernini. Wikipedia entry.
Bernini. Web Gallery of Art. Article with illustrated examples.
The Throne of Saint Peter
Apollo and Daphne
The Ecstasy of Saint Therese
Saint Peter’s Square
Piazza of St.Peter’s
Piazza Navona, Rome.

Borromini, Francesco

Francesco Borromini
Borromini, Wikipedia entry.
S. Carlo Alle Quattro Fontane, Rome.

Bramante, Donato

Bramante, Wikipedia entry.

Bruegel, Jan the Elder

Bruegel, Jan the Elder. Jan Bruegel (the elder)
Bruegel. Artworks showing in art museums.

Brunelleschi, Filippo

Brunelleschi, Wikipedia entry.
Florence Cathedral/Il Duomo di Firenze



Caravaggio. Olga’s Gallery.
Caravaggio. The Vatican Collection.
Caravaggio. The National Gallery, London
Caravaggi artworks in museums.
Caravaggio. Wikipedia entry.
Paintings between 1593 and 1596
Paintings between 1596 and 1598
Paintings between 1598 and 1600
Paintings in the Contarelli Chapel (1599-1600)
Paintings in the Cerasi Chapel (1600)
Paintings between 1600 and 1603
Paintings between 1603 and 1606
Paintings between 1606 and 1607
Paintings from 1607
Paintings between 1607 and 1609
Paintings between 1609 and 1610

Carracci, Annibale

Annibale Carracci. Wikipedia entry.
Annibale Carracci. The WebMuseum
Annibale Carracci. The National Gallery
Annibale Carracci. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Annibale Carracci
Paintings (Page 1)
Paintings (Page 2)
Ceiling frescoes in the Palazzo Farnese, Rome

Carracci, Lodovico

Lodovico Carracci

Carracci, Agostino

Agostino Carracci

Chardin, Jean-Baptiste

Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin. Wikipedia
Jean-Baptiste Chardin Online
Jean-Baptiste Chardin. Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art


Domenichino Zampieri

Domenichino Zampieri Online, a list of art museums displaying works of art by Zampieri.

Gentileschi, Artemisia

Artemisia Gentileschi. Wikipedia entry.
The Life and Art of Artemisia Gentileschi
Artemisia Gentileschi. The Art History Archive
Artemisia Gentileschi. The Web Gallery of Art


Paintings (1)
Paintings (2)
Paintings (3)

Hals, Frans

Frans Hals
Frans Hals Museum
Frans Hals. National Gallery of Art


Lorrain, Claude (Claude)

Claude Lorrain. The National Gallery, London
Claude Lorrain paintings in art museums.
Claude Lorrain. Web Gallery of Art
Claude Lorrain. The Complete Works
Claude Lorrain. Wikipedia entry.
Claude Lorrain. WikiArt image gallery.
Claude Lorrain. The Getty Museum
Claude Lorrain. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Claude Lorrain. The Hermitage, Russia

Claude Lorrain (1604/1605–1682)  Odysseus returns Chryseis to Her Father (circa 1644)
Murillo, Bartolomé Esteban

Murillo, Bartolomé Esteban. Murillo
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo
Paintings until 1655
Paintings between 1656 and 1670
Paintings from 1671


Neumann, Balthasar

Balthasar Neumann
John Balathasar Nuemann. Great Buildings Online

Poussin, Nicolas

Nicolas Poussin Web Gallery of Art
Nicolas Poussin. Wikipedia entry.
Nicolas Poussin. WikiArt image gallery.
Nicolas Poussin. Metropolitan Museum of Art
Nicolas Poussin. The Google Art Project
Nicolas Poussin. The National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Nicolas Poussin. The National Gallery, London
Nicolas Poussin. The Getty Museum
Early paintings (until 1630)
Paintings between 1631-1634
Paintings between 1635-1639
Paintings between 1640-1649
Late paintings (from 1650)

Nicolas Poussin/Et in Arcadia ego, first version, 1629/39
Nicolas Poussin/Et in Arcadia ego, first version, 1629/39


Rembrandt van Rijn

Rembrandt can Rijn. WebMuseum
Rembrandt van Rijn. Art museums displaying works by Rembrandt.
Rembrandt. The National Gallery of Art
Rembrandt. The National Gallery, London
Rembrandt. The Hermitage Museum
Rembrandt. The Cleveland Museum of Art
Rembrandt. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Rembrandt paintings on display in Amsterdam.
Rembrandt at The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
The Rembrandt House Museum
Rembrandt. Alte Pinakothek, Munich

Reni, Guido

Guido Reni. The Web Gallery of Art, image collection.
Guido Reni Online
Guido Reni. Wikimedia Commons
Guido Reni. The National Gallery, London
Guido Reni. The Getty Museum

Rosa, Salvatore

Salvator Rosa. The National Gallery, London
Salvator Rosa. The Web Gallery of Art, image collection.
Salvator Rosa Online

Rubens, Peter Paul

Peter Paul Rubens. Olga’s Gallery
Peter Paul Rubens. WebMuseum
Peter Paul Rubens. Wikipedia entry.
Peter Paul Rubens. The Hermitage Museum
Peter Paul Rubens The Courtauld Institute, London
Peter Paul Rubens. The Prado Museum
Peter Paul Rubens. Art museums.
Peter Paul Rubens. The Getty Museum


van Ruysdael, Solomon

Solomon van Ruysdael

Velásquez, Diego

Diego Velázquez. Artcyclopedia
Velazquez in the “History of Art”
Velazquez. Wikipedia entry.
Diego Velazquez. 202 paintings at
Diego Velázquez. Olga’s Gallery
Velázquez. Web Gallery of Art
Diego Velazquez. Artchive
Las Meninas. Wikipedia entry.

Vermeer, Jan

Jan Vermeer
Johannes Vermeer.  Wikipedia
Johannes Vermeer.  Rijksmuseum
Vermeer: the artist who taught the world to see ordinary beauty
Johannes Vermeer. High-definition images from The Google Cultural Institute