Towards a Digital Geography of Hispanic Baroque Art

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Graphs showing each one of the 12 periods and the evolution of similarity clusters through three centuries.

In this article we propose an approach to the study of art history based on geography of Hispanic Baroque art by digital means that showcase the multiplicity of possible places of art. Our study advances four elements of a digital geography of art (communities, semantic maps, areas, and flows)—a methodology that can be expanded in future Digital Humanities research.