Monarchy and enlightenment 1600-1800: Bernini, Rembrandt, Velazquez and more. Community Questions Baroque art Stone becomes flesh and ceilings dissolve into the infinity of heaven—artists such as Bernini, Caravaggio, Rubens, and Rembrandt were masters of drama and illusion. Rococo Overgrown gardens heavy with the scent of roses, palaces and luxury; the artists Watteau, Boucher, and Fragonard typify the aristocratic style known as Rococo. Neo-Classicism Jacques Louis David invented a style reflecting Enlightenment ideas by looking back to ancient art. He became a revolutionary and 1st painter to Napoleon. Britain & America in the Age of Revolution Britain and America were at war but shared a common artistic tradition. From Hogarth’s biting satire to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello—here is invention, wit, and nobility. Latin America/New Spain Art and culture from the European invasion of the Americas to the end of the colonial era with a focus on one of the most remarkable examples of cross cultural influence ever made.