Arts and sciences in translation

Journeys and Festivals: Cultural and Artistic exchange in the internationalisation of Baroque visual language

During the seventeenth century, attaining and preserving international predominance, in a political space characterised by the complexity and instability of the relationships of power, became a priority for the European states' structures of government. In the service of this goal unfolded an intense political and diplomatic activity, and with it a circulation of people, ideas and works which took on a starring role in the game of power that characterised that political world, in a permanent state of construction, that was seventeenth-century Europe.



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