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==After the Baroque Period==
In France, the baroque style gave way to the Rococo, which was a style that contained asymmetry, curvy depictions with heavier use of white and pastel colors in paintings. This was during the mid to late 18th century; however, most scholars consider this style as an off-shoot and influenced by the baroque style. By the late 18th century, there was renewed interest in more traditional classical themes in art and architecture. The Palladin style, which was already popular in Britain where the baroque style never became popular, emphasized proportional, free standing buildings that were geometrically uniform and less ornate. This style became more popular in Europe in the 19th century, as more
austentatious views on architecture and art returned.