The Fall of Titans by Cornelis van Haarlem depicts the fantastic battle of the Gods against the Titans. Contrary to El Greco's slender portrayals of the human body, van Haarlem depicted the Gods and the Titans as having more masculine, muscular bodies. While this piece was made in the age of Mannerism, I see it as a predictor of things to come with the Baroque style of Art. The facial expressions are, at least in my opinion, more expressive than El Greco's portrayal of faces. The faces look bewildered and give a look of indignation.