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Timeline

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Lauren Sadler

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Timeline: Modernism, Its Development, and Its Legacy
Maharaja Jaswant Singh of Marwar
1880
Watercolor on paper
A portrait of Britain's influence on India Sultans, Kings, Emporers and Colonists
British Rule in India (1858-1947) Naturalism John Singleton Copely
Portrait of Paul Revere
1768
Oil on canvas
A portrait in the "plain",
natural American Style Joseph Wright
Lecture at the Orrery
1763
oil on canvas
A dramatic scene enhanced by light Enlightenment Art 1750 - 1850 Neoclassical Art Jacques-Louis David
The Death of Marat
Oil on canvas
1793
A political statement with classical technique From Shoguns to the Present
Larer Edo Period (1700 - 1868) Katsushika Hokusai
The Great Wave off Kanagawa
1826 - 1833
Woodblock print
Flat modeling and unbalanced
composition Romanticism Eugene Delacroix
Death of Sardanapalus
1826
Oil on canvas
Dramatic, exotic and fantasy-like 1851 - 1900 Realism Jean-Francois Millet
the Gleaners
1857
Oil on canvas
Harsh reality of class Pre-Raphaelite John Everett Millais
Ophelia
Oil on canvas
1852
Idealism and literary themes Edouard Manet
Luncheon on the Grass
1863
Oil on canvas
Flat, loose brushstrokes Modernism Impressionism Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Le Moulin de la Galette
1876
Oil on canvas
Fleeting moment and light Symbolism Gustave Moreau
Jupiter and Semele
1876
oil on canvas
Sensuous color, rich shape Post-Impressionism Paul Cezanne
Mont Sainte-Victoire
1902 - 1904
Oil on canvas
Precursor to Cubism Art Nouveau Aubrey Beardsley
The Peacock Skirt
1894
Pen and ink
Sinuous, organic, Japanese inspired Arts & Crafts Charles Mackintosh
Ingram Street tea room
Glasgow, Scotland
1900
Functional & exquisite
1901 - 1950 The Development of Modernist Art -
early 20th century The Rise of Modernism - late 19th century The Enlightenment and Its Legacy - early 19th century Fauvism Henri Matisse
Woman with the Hat
1905
oil on canvas
Expressive Fauvist color 1951 - Present Expressionism Ernst Kirchner
Street, Dresden
1907
Oil on canvas Cubism Robert Delaunay
Champs de Mars
1911
Oil on canvas
Fragmentation and color Futurism Umberto Boccioni
Unique Forms of Continuity in Space
1913
Bronze
Effects of motion Suprematism Kazimir Malevich
Airplane Flying
1915
Oil on canvas World War I George Grosz
Fit for Active Service
Pen and ink
Satirical drawing Dada Hannah Hoch
Cut with Kitchen Knife Dada
1919
Photomontage
Eclectic De Stijl Gerrit Rietveld
Schroder House
Utrecht, the Netherlands
1924
Open plan Bauhaus Walter Gropius
the Bauhaus
Dessau, Germany
1925
shows fundamentals of design International Style Le Corbusier
Villa Savoye
Poissy-sur-Seine, France
1929 Art Deco Willian van Allen
Chrysler Building
New York, New York
1930
Hard patterning Regionalism Grant Wood
American Gothic
1930
Oil on beaverboard Surrealism Salvador Dali
The Persistence of Memory
1931
Oil on canvas Before and After the Conquistadors
Native American Art Maria Montoya Martinez
Jar
San Ildefonso Puebllo, New
Mexico
1939
Blackware
Matte design on a
highly polished surface From the Modern to the Postmodern andBeyond - later 20th century Existentialism Alberto Giacometti
Man Pointing
1947
Bronze
Isolated and fragile Abstract Expressionism Jackson Pollock
Number 1, 1950
Oil, enamel and aluminum paint
creative process emphasized Performance Art Kazuo Shiraga
Making a Work with His Own Body
1955
Mud
Body used as brush Pop Art Roy Litchenstein
Hopeless
Oil on canvas
1963
Unmodulated color and benday dots Conceptual Art Joseph Kosuth
Three Chairs
1965
Wooden chair, photographic copy of a chair, photographic enlargement of a dictionary definition of a chair
"Expressionist composition" From Mongols to the Modern
People's Republic of China (1949 - now) Ye Yushan
Rent Collection Courtyard
Dayi, China
1965
Clay
For collective action as a means of change Superrealism Chuck Close
Big Self-Portrait
1967
Acrylic on canvas
Records visual information Minimalism Donald Judd
Untitled
1969
Brass and colored Plexiglass on steel brackets
Open and enclosed sculpture Environmental Art Robert Smithson
Spiral Jetty
Black rock, salt crystals, earth, red water (algae)
Great Salt Lake, Utah
Mirrors molecular pattern of salt crystals Post-Modernism Philip Johnson & John Burgee
AT&T Building
New York, New York
1978
Freely adapted historical stylistic elements Political Art Barbara Kruger
Untitled
1981
Photograph, red painted frame
Use of language internalizes stereotypes Neo-Expressionism Anslem Kiefer
Nigredo
1984
Oil paint with fabric, acrylic emulsion, straw, shellac, relief paint on paper
Alludes to Holocaust Traditionalism and Internationalism
20th century Africa Trigo Piula
Ta Tele Gabon
Democratic Republic of Congo
1988
Oil on canvas
Suggests that consumerism is deadening Congolese people The End!



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