Neo-Baroque (also: New Baroque or Second Baroque) is the name of a style in architecture, sculpture and, with reservations, in music (overarching musical style term: neoclassicism).
Neo-baroque, a manifestation of historicism, is assigned to the second half of the 19th century. It began around 1860, but spread mainly after 1880. Napoleon III created the first large neo-baroque buildings in 1857 with the Tuileries and in 1860 with the Paris Opera. In Bavaria, Herrenchiemsee Palace was built, which recreated the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles.
New Baroque - Historicism
Neo-Baroque was particularly popular for theater buildings, as the Baroque had brought with it a heyday of all theatrical art forms. In the late phase of Historicism, the previous orientation towards the Renaissance receded into the background and Baroque forms were used for a wide variety of building tasks, sometimes also for villas and other representative residential buildings.