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Art History Timeline
Prehistoric Art (c.30, BC) Cave painting, Hall of Bulls (Lascaux, France c15,000 BC)
Ancient Egyptian Art (c BC) Egyptian Tomb paintings. The Queen playing chess, (Tomb Nefertari, Thebes, c1255BC)
Classical Greek Art (c BC) Myrons Discus Thrower (c.450BC) replica
Ancient Rome c.509BC-330AD Colosseum, (70-80 AD, Temple of Peace, Rome)
Byzantine Art (c ) Icon The Virgin Orans, ( mosaic, Saint Sophia Cathedral, Kiev)
Gothic Art (c ) Chatres Cathedral, ( , central portal, France)
Early Renaissance (c ) Giotto, The Deposition, (c1304, fresco, Arena Chapel, Padua, Italy)
Northern Renaissance (c ) Jan Van Eyke, The Arnolfini Wedding, (1434, oil on wood panel, National Gallery London)
High Renaissance (c ) Vitruvian Man, Leonardo Da Vinci, (c , pen and ink with wash over metal point on paper, Venice, Italy)
Mannerism (c ) Pontormo, Deposition from the Cross, (c ,oil on panel, Church of Santa Felicita, Florence)
Baroque (c ) Caravaggio, The Supper at Emmaus, ( , oil on canvas, National Gallery London)
Dutch Golden Age (c ) Johannes Vermeer, The Pearl Earring, ( , The Hague, oil on canvas)
Rococo (c ) Francois Boucher, Diane Bathing, (1742, oil on canvas, Louvre, Paris)
Neo-Classicism (c ) Jacques-Louis David, The Oath of the Horatii, (1784, Oil on canvas, Louvre, Paris)
Romanticism (c ) Eugene Delacroix, Jacob Wrestling with the Angel, (1861, oil on canvas)
Ukiyo-e (c.17 th -20 th centuries) Ando Hiroshige, The Great Wave off Kanagawa, ( , woodblock print, copies in MOMA and British Museum, London)
Pre-Raphaelites ( ) Millais, Ophelia, ( , Tate London, Oil on canvas)
Realism 1830s-50s Millet, The Angelus ( , oil on canvas, Musee D’Orsay Paris)
Impressionism 1870s-90s Claude Monet, Poppies, (c.1876, Musee D’Orsay Paris, oil on canvas)
Post-Impressionism (c ) Van Gogh, Starry Night, (1889, MOMA New York, oil on canvas)
Pointillism/Neo-Impressionism (1886-c1900) Georges Seurat, La Grande Jatte, ( , oil on canvas, The Art Institute, Chicago.)
Art Nouveau Gustave Klimt, The Kiss, ( ,oil and gold leaf on canvas, Osterreichische Galerie, Vienna)
Fauvism ( ) Henri Matisse, The Dance, (1909 MOMA, New York, oil on canvas)
Expressionism (c ) Edvard Munch, The Scream, (1893, oil tempera and pastel on cardboard, National Gallery Oslo)
Cubism ( ) Pablo Picasso, Les Demoiselles D’Avignon, (1907, oil on canvas, MOMA, New York)
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