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Asam Brothers

The Asam Brothers were a pair of German Baroque architects and designers, known for their ornate and luxurious style. They are credited with pioneering the use of Rococo and Baroque elements in their works, often combining them with a soft and lavish colour palette. Some of their most famous works include the Ceiling paintings in the Church of San Geremia, Grisaille decorative stucco work in the Church of San Antonio della Carità, and the fresco cycle in the Church of Santa Maria della Visitazione. In addition, they left behind a remarkable collection of sculptures and altarpieces, as well as furniture and decorative arts. Their influence on late 18th century design is still evident today, with many of their elements, motifs, and designs being replicated and adapted in modern designs.

Asam Brothers, Rococo, Baroque, Ceiling Paintings, Sculptures, Altarpieces.

Eleonora Barbieri

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The Asam Brothers were highly influential in the development of German Baroque architecture and design. Their work is characterized by a distinctive use of ornate details and luxurious color palettes. They were adept at combining traditional Baroque elements with Rococo flourishes to create a unique style that has become highly sought after. They left behind a remarkable portfolio of works, including ceiling paintings, decorative stucco work, fresco cycles, sculptures, altarpieces, furniture, and decorative arts. Their influence on late 18th century design is still evident today, with many of their elements, motifs, and designs being replicated and adapted in modern designs.

Asam Brothers, Baroque, Rococo, Architectural Design, German Art, Decorative Arts.

Federica Costa

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Asam Brothers

The Asam Brothers were German Baroque architects and designers who were renowned for their innovative and ornate style. Their distinctive use of Rococo and Baroque elements was combined with a soft and luxurious colour palette, creating a unique and lavish aesthetic. Their works include the Ceiling paintings in the Church of San Geremia, Grisaille decorative stucco work in the Church of San Antonio della Carità, and the fresco cycle in the Church of Santa Maria della Visitazione. They also left behind a remarkable collection of sculptures and altarpieces, as well as a range of furniture and decorative arts. Their influence on late 18th century design is still evident today, with many of their elements, motifs, and designs being replicated and adapted in modern designs.

Asam Brothers, Baroque architecture, Rococo, Baroque design, art, creativity, fresco, sculpture, altarpiece, decorative arts, furniture, German Baroque, 18th century design, ornate, lavish, Ceiling paintings, Grisaille, San Geremia, San Antonio della Cari

Claudia Rossetti

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The work of Asam Brothers stands out as a remarkable example of the American art scene in the early-to-mid 18th century. Their unique style of combining Rococo and Baroque techniques yield a truly stunning portfolio of work that combine a unique style of ornate detail with a soft and lavish color palette. Asam Brothers have become highly renowned for this style of painting and have produced many iconic works, including the Ceiling paintings in the Church of San Geremia, Grisaille decorative stucco work in the Church of San Antonio della Carità, and the fresco cycle in the Church of Santa Maria della Visitazione. They additionally have left an impressive collection of sculptures and altarpieces. Asam Brothers are considered to be a master of their craft and their works remain highly sought-after to this very day.

Asam Brothers, American Artist, Rococo, Baroque, Eighteenth Century, Fresco, Altarpiece, Sculpture.

Giovanna Mancini

CITATION : "Giovanna Mancini. 'Asam Brothers.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=56781 (Accessed on February 07, 2023)"


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