Mannerism is a period of European painting, sculpture, architecture and decorative arts lasting from the later years of the Italian High Renaissance around 1520 until the arrival of the Baroque around 1600.
|Amsterdam Canal Ring
|Noorderkerk and other works by Hendrick de Keyser
|High Altar and the Transept chapels in the Sta. Maria church
|"Its architectural forms drew inspiration from ancient models, Renaissance Mannerism and the specific architectural language of France’s engineering school École des Ponts et Chaussées." (AB ev)
|Schloss Eggenberg's Grotto
|Bernardine Church: In the 17th century the present day church and monastery were constructed .. in the style of Italian and Dutch mannerism and consecrated in 1630. (wiki)
|Mannerist house of the Lion (1647)
|Mantua and Sabbioneta
|Mantua Te Palace
|Medici Villas and Gardens
|The mannerist garden in Pratolino.
|Sacri Monti of Piedmont and Lombardy
|Sacro Monte di Orta, part of Sacri Monti
|Salvador de Bahia
|"The cathedral is considered one of the finest examples of Mannerism in the Portuguese empire"
|San Cristobal de La Laguna
|Casa de Lercaro, with an especially fine Mannerist façade (AB ev)
|Esken House portal, Willem van den Blocke (c. 1590), Netherlandish-style mannerism, Toruń (wiki)
|Venice and its Lagoon
|Scuola di San Rocco and others
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