1. Egyptian (3100 - 30 bc)
    Imhotep, Step Pyramid, Great Pyramid, Bust of NefertitiArt with an afterlife focus; pyramids, tomb paintings
  2. Greek & Hellenistic (850-31 bc)
    Parthenon, Myron, Phidas, Polykleitos, PraxitelesGreek idealism; balance
    perfect proportion: architectural
    (Doric, Ionic, Corinthian)
  3. Roman (500 bc - 478 ad)
    Augustus of Primaporta, Colosseum, Trajan's Column, Pantheon
    Roman realism: practical/down to earthThe arch
  4. Byzantine and Islamic (476-1453 ad)
    Artists: Hagia, Sophia, Andrei Rubley
    Heavenly Byzantine mosaics
    Islamic Architecture: Mosque of Córdoba
  5. Early High Renaissance (1400-1550)
    Artists: Donatello, Ghiberti, Leonard da Vinci
  6. Venetian & Northern Renaissance (1430-1550)
    Artists: Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, Bosch, Jan van Eyck
  7. Mannerism (1527-1580)
    Artists: Parmigianino, Pontormo, Bronzino, Allori, Tintoretto
    Notable Works: Madonna with the Long Neck, Venus, Cupid, Folly and Time, Entombment.
  8. Venus, Cupid, Folly and Time, Bronzino High-Mannerism
    Mosque of Cordoba, No Flying buttresses
  10. Baroque (1600-1750)
    Artists: Reubens, Rembrandt, Caravaggio
    Light coming though the dark
  11. The Cambrai Madonna, Byzantine
    Jan van Eyck, Venetian Renaissance
  13. Roman statue, natural pose
  14. Seated Boxer, Hellenistic 50 bc
  15. Neoclassical (1750-1850)
    Artists: Jacques-Louis David, J.A.D Ingres, Anton Raphael Mengs, Antonio Canova
    Message: Reaction against Rococo, emotional charge of Baroque. Renewed interest in classical forms & ideas.
  16. Death of Marat, Jacques-Louis David, Neoclassical
  17. Ingres, Neoclassical
  18. Romanticism (1780-1850)

    Artists: Caspar David Friedrich, Eugene Delacroix, Benjamin West, Thomas Cole, Francisco Goya

    Beliefs: Reaction against scientific rationalization of nature, and aristocratic social/political norms of Age of Enlightenment. Shows the sublime.
  19. The Bard, Thomas Cole, Hudson River School/Romanticism
  20. Death of Sardanapalus, Eugéne Delacroix
  21. El Tres de Mayo, Francisco Goya
  22. Realism (1848-1900)

    Artists: Corot, Courbet, Daumier, Millet

    Celebrates working class, en plein air rustic paintingReaction against Neoclassicism & Romanticism
  23. Realism
  24. Impressionism (1865-1885)

    Artists: Monet, Manet, Renoir, Mary Cassatt, Degas, Pissarro, Morisot

    Captures light, soft looking
  25. Post Impressionism (1885-1910)

    Artists: Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cexanne, Seurat

    Rejects limitations of impressionism, but uses vivid colors, thick application of paint, real life subjects, brush strokes
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  27. Fauvism (1904-1908)
    Means "Wild beasts"

    Artists: Henri Marisse, André Derain, Kees van Dongen

    Beliefs: bold color, painterly application
  28. Charing Cross Bridge, André Derain
  29. Cubism

    Artists: Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Late works of Paul Cézanne

    Style: Broken up, reassembled and abstracted. 2D image showing passage of time and 3D space.
  30. Futurism

    Artists: Giacomo Balla, Umberto Boccioni

    Manifesto, disgust with all that is old. especially Art and politics. Rebelled against harmony and good taste, glorified science, violence. Anarchic.
  31. Unique Froms of Continuity in Space, Umberto Boccioni
  32. Cyclist, Natalie Goncharova, Futurism
  33. Dada (1917-1950)

    Artists: Max Ernest, Marcel Duchamp, André Brenton, Man Ray, Hannah Hoch, Hans Arp, Kurt Schwitters, Hugo Ball, Francis Picabia.

    Belief: Anti-art, absurd, abstract, against cultural and intellectual conformity.
  34. Surrealism (1917-1950)

    Artists: Salvador Dali, Rene Magritte, Max Ernst, André Breton.

    Beliefs: Surprise, juxtaposition, non sequitur. Dreams and expression of philosophy. Revolutionary movement.
  35. Pop Art

    Artists: Mark Rothko, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg. 

    Belief: Using mass media, advertising, comics & consumer products and elevating commonplace items into "fine art".
  36. Overdrive, Robert Rauschenberg
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