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AP Art History Timeline

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Luke Driscoll

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Luke Driscoll Art Through The Ages For me, one of the most difficult things I came across in Art History was memorizing which characteristics belonged to each artistic era, and what order those eras came in. So, I thought this Final Project would be a good way to organizes those eras in what I hope to be a clear and concise manner. To add my own touch to the timeline, the eras that appear in big red brackets are my personal favorite artistic periods and my favorite works from these periods are emphasized in the presentation. Early Renaissance The Renaissance
1400-1550 AD Impressionism
1865-1885 AD Introduction Paleolithic
Way back in the day - About 2500 BC Cave Paintings
Images of fertility
Megalithic structures Venus of Willendorf Cave Paintings at Lascaux Woman Holding a Bison Horn Mesopotamian
About 3100-539 BC Stone Relief
Seals
Monotheistic
Written language Egyptian
3100-39 BC Pyramids
Afterlife elements
Hieroglyphics
Polytheism Greek
850-31 BC Idealistic
Proportioned
Doric, Ionic, Corinthian orders Roman
500 BC-476 AD Realism
Age
Emotions Byzantine
476-1453 AD Islamic
Mosaics
Iconoclasm Middle Ages
500-1400 AD Romanesque
Gothic
Celtic Northern Renaissance Classical Rebirth:
Leonardo Da Vinci
Donatello di Niccolò
Sandro Botticelli Filippo Brunelleschi
Lorenzo Ghiberti
Raphael da Urbino Spread to France, etc.:
Vincenzo Bellini
Giorgione da Castelfranco
Titian Vecellio Hieronymus Bosch
Jan van Eyck
Albrech Dürer Mannerism
1527-1580 AD Artifice
"Rule-breaking"
Tintoretto
El Greco Baroque
1600-1750 AD Broad genre
Dynamic
Theatric
Ornamental
Reubens
Rembrandt Neoclassical
1750-1850 AD Greco-Roman
Rational
David
Ingres Romanticism
1780-1850 AD Influences:
American Revolution
French Revolution
Social Contract
Delacroix
Friedrich Realism
1848-1900 AD Working Class
Contemporary subjects
Courbet Daily life
Fleeting moments
Effects of natural light Claude Monet
Édouard Manet
Pierre-Auguste Renoir Camille Pisarro
Mary Cassatt
Edgar Degas Post-Impressionism
1885-1910 AD Revolt against Impressionism
Van Gogh
Gauguin
Cézanne Fauvism & Expressionism
1900-1935 AD Harsh colors
Distorted emotions
Matisse
Kandinsky "The Isms"
Cubism, Futurism, Suprematism,
Constructivism, De Stijl
1905-1920 AD Experimental
Different dimensions
Picasso
Braque Surrealism & Dada
1917-1950 AD Dada Result of Great War
Anarchic
Irrational
Montage Surrealism Dreams
Subconscious
"Ridiculous" Marcel Duchamp
Max Ernst Salvador Dalí
René Magritte
Frida Kahlo Abstract Expressionism
1940's-1950's AD Without form
Spontaneous
Emotional intensity
Pollock
de Kooning
Rothko Pop Art
1960's AD Consumerism
Symbols
Advertising
Warhol
Lichtenstein Conclusion After the 1960's, art becomes harder to classify. Some designate the years following as Postmodern and Deconstructivist art, but these genres are not universally agreed upon. While organizing art into eras is a helpful way to learn, it must be appreciated that each generation builds off of the innovations, successes, and failures of the last. Art, therefore, is a dynamic amalgamation of the efforts of thousands and thousands of artists. Stonehenge Walls of Jericho Victory Stele of Naram-Sin Gates of Ishtar Standard of Ur Stele of Hammurabi's Code Ziggurat of Ur Great Pyramids Seated Scribe Stepped Pyramid by Imhotep Menkaure and Khamerernebty Bust of Nefertiti by Thutmose Peplos Kore Parthenon by Iktinos & Kallikrates Nike of Samothrace Hermes and the infant Dionysus by Praxiteles Pantheon Colosseum Head of a Roman Patrician Augustus of Primaporta by Apollodoros by Vespasian & Titus Mosque of Cordoba Hagia Sophia La Alhambra Saint Apollinaris by Isidore & Anthemius Durham Chartres Notre Dame Madonna Enthroned with Angels and Prophets by Cimabue Last Supper by Tintoretto Venus, Cupid, Folly, and Time by Bronzino Saltcellar of Francis I by Cellini by El Greco Burial of Count Orgaz Ecstasy of St. Teresa by Bernini Palace of Versailles by Jules Hardouin-Mansart & Charles Le Bruin The Meeting of Marie de Médicis and Henri IV at Lyon by Rubens Night Watch by Rubens Coronation of Napoleon by David Apotheosis of Homer by Ingres The Village Bride by Greuze Pauline Borghese as Venus by Canova Liberty Leading The People by Delacroix Tiger Hunt Abbey In The Oak Forest by Friedrich Death of General Wolfe by Delacroix by West The Stone Breakers by Courbet The Gleaners by Millet Third-Class Carriage by Daumier The Horse Fair by Bonheur Starry Night by Van Gogh Mont Sainte-Victoire by Cézanne by Gauguin Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? Night Cafe by Van Gogh Woman With The Hat by Matisse Red Room by Matisse Street, Dresden by Kirchner Fate of the Animals by Marc Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow by Mondrian Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash by Balla Still-Life with Chair Caning by Picasso Merz 19 by Schwitters No. 14 by Rothko Garden in Sochi by Gorky by Pollock Blue Poles Woman 1 by de Kooning Hopeless by Lichtenstein Marilyn Diptych by Warhol Three Flags by Johns Lipstick (Ascending) On Caterpillar Tracks by Oldenburg David by Michelangelo Creation of Adam by Michelangelo School of Athens by Raphael Houses of Parliament, Sunset Impression, Sunrise by Monet by Monet Soft
Construction
with
Boiled Beans by Dalí The Elephants by Dalí Dreams Caused
by the
Flight of a Bee
Around a
Pomegranate
A Second
Before Awakening by Dalí The Persistence of Memory by Dalí
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