baroque

I'm designing a book on Renaissance and Baroque bronze figurative sculpture and am looking for an elegant font to suit. Something along the lines of DTL Elzevir, perhaps? Would be most grateful for any suggestions.

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"SEDAN" by Sebastián Salazar: a roman text font focused on the proportions and morphology of early Baroque type faces. The constructional principle of Sedán is still Renaissance, but its expression and details are drawn from the typography of the 17th and 18th centuries.

In larger sizes, is elegant and eye-catching; in the smaller sizes, however, Sedán seems to be very legible despite its spicy characters.

I am editing a video about baroque music and I need a baroque font with a modern touch, I like this found in a cover book but I need the help of experts to identify it :) If you can recomend me similar fonts would be great, thanks!

hi Everyone,

I created several web-font stacks based on different styles: neo-grotesk (realist sans-serif); geometric; humanist body; humanist display; renaissance; neoclassic; baroque; romantic; and monospace. I am still puzzling with Georgia.

Georgia is a wonderful web-font for display and book, but I cannot classify it perfectly. Do you believe it is a realist serif, baroque typeface, or...?

Also, do you think Century Schoolbook is a good Georgia-alternative for web-body or/and display?
Is Century Schoolbook not somewhat different in style?

Thank you for you reactions.

Greetings,
Bart

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