The Rococo style thrived in 18th-century France and was known for the playful disposition of its delicate and artistic craftsmanship.
Artists involved in this frivolous visual style expanded on the quirkiness of the Baroque era, adjusting its awe-inspiring visual style to create equally lavish but strikingly mischievous pieces of art.
The Rococo period is most closely characterized by the following artistic expressions: painting and decorative items.
In French, a salon is a sitting room or parlour, and Rococo salons are primary spaces crafted in the Rococo style.
Furthermore, the concept of the ‘salon’ is an Enlightenment-era concept that transmogrified the lounge room into the inner courtyard for the aristocracy to entertain guests and interact in intelligent discussion.
For many years, …