Baroque style in architecture was popular around Europe during the 17th and the 18th centuries. Its characteristics in interior design were extremely detailed forms, spectacle, movement, illusion, and paintings of Biblical scenes. Accordingly, this content focuses on the Baroque ceilings decorated with illusionistic paintings from around Europe.
Baroque Ceilings of the Palace of Versailles, France
St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City
Baroque Ceilings of the Church of the Gesù, Rome
Baroque Ceilings of Karlskirche in Vienna, Austria