Late Rococo

Neo-Rococo

A style of architecture that reflects the transitional period from the Rococo to the Classical Revival style.
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This explains why historians attach the label 'corrents il *luministes' ("Enlightment trends") to describe late Rococo, neoclassical and preromantic literary manifestations which coexist in the same historical period and often within the same book (Arce, La poesia).
Within, the rooms dazzle with their decor and classic furnishings from the 1700's Late Rococo Period.
However, Italian furniture was not all imitation: it most certainly had its share of geniuses amongst its makers, such as Gennaro Sarao of Naples, the specialist in tortoise-shell inlay, Pietro Piffetti with his virtuoso handling of tropical woods and engraved ivory, Giuseppe Maggiolini of Milan, whose late rococo works show all the promise that would come to fruition as his furniture became more neoclassical, or carvers such as Francesco Mongiardini of Genoa or Gennaro di Fiore of Naples, whose outstandingly elegant pier glasses and tables graced the royal palaces of Naples and Madrid.