Romanesque

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See also: romanesque

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Roman +‎ -esque

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Romanesque (comparative more Romanesque, superlative most Romanesque)

  1. Somewhat resembling the Roman; applied sometimes to the debased style of the later Roman Empire, but especially to the more developed art and architecture prevailing from the 8th century to the 12th.
    • 2006, Janis Mink, Joan Miró, →ISBN, page 30-31:
      In The Farm, Miró uses some aspects of Romanesque style. For example, the size of various details does not accord with nature and perspective, but rather with Miró's feeling about their importance.

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