Franz Joseph Haydn was another composer of music. He visited England were he saw people writing music for the public rather than to make money, which he liked and later wrote this piece and another that he dedicated to the common people.
Handel also incorporated the Baroque musical style in his works. He was most famous for his religious pieces. His works are considered rare that appeal to everyone, but it still a indisputable masterpiece.
Bach incorporated the Baroque musical style into his pieces. He believed his music was his duty in life and his music was to be well ordered in the name of God.
He was a child prodigy and composed multiple classical music and operas. He incorporated grace, harmony, precision, and emotion in his music.
His art incorporated neo-classic elements which were taken from ancient Greece and Rome. The point was to restore the classical style of these Ancient societies.
François Boucher (1703-1770), was a French painter whom painted with the Rococo style. In the picture, one can easily see the many curves within the landscape. Also, Boucher's paintings reflect the Rococo aspects by portraying happiness, pleasure, and love in his paintings.
Neumann used the Baroque-Rococo style in his architecture. His works featured secular and spiritual aspects that were lavish, detail orientated, and bright in color.
His art had an impact on Rococo art in France and Europe during this time period. Some of the components that arose in his art were feature figures in aristocratic and theatrical dress surrounded by lush imaginary landscapes. Also it included, symbols of grace and gentleness.