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Mr. Becker's Art History Time Line

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Prehistoric Art
Woman (so-called Venus)
Willendorf, Austria
Paleolithic, ca. 23,000 BCE.
Limestone
approx. 4 1/4” high.
Sculpture in the round
Prehistoric Art
Spotted horses
Paleolithic,ca. 22,000 BCE
hand imprints, ca.15,000 BCE
Pech-Merle Cave, Dordogne, France
wall painting with stencils and natural
mineral and charcoal pigments
Approx. 11’ 2” long.
Prehistoric Art
Human figure
Ain Ghazal, Jordan
Neolithic, ca. 6750-6250 BCE.
Plaster, painted and inlaid
with cowrie shell and bitumen
3' 5” high.
Prehistoric Art
Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire England
Neolithic and Bronze Age
c. 3000-1500 BCE
Megalithic architecture
henge
post and lintel
Stonehenge

Ancient Near East
Sumerian Culture
White Temple and Anu Ziggurat
(with reconstruction of Temple and plan)
Ancient Near East
Sumerian
Uruk, Iraq (Mesopotamia)
BRONZE AGE: ca. 3300-3000 BCE.
Mudbrick
White Temple and
Anu Ziggurat
Ancient Near East
Sumerian Culture

Excavated by Leonard Woolley
Royal Cemetery, Ur, Iraq (Mesopotamia)
Sumerian
BRONZE AGE: ca. 2600 BCE.
Wood inlaid with shell, lapis lazuli, and red
limestone, approx. 8” x 1’ 7”
hieratic scale, registers
Standard of Ur
Ancient Near East
Akkadian Culture Iraq (Mesopotamia)
Akkadian,
Looted by the Elamites and
taken to Susa in Iran
BRONZE AGE: c. 2254– 2218 BCELimestone,
height 6' 6”
composite pose, hieratic scale
Victory Stele of Naram-Sin
Ancient Near EastNeo-Sumerian Culture
Girsu, Iraq (Mesopotamia)Neo-Sumerian
BRONZE AGE: c. 2090 BCEDiorite sculpture in the round, height 29”
Votive Statue
of Gudea
Ancient Near East
Babylonian Culture
Babylonian (Mesopotamia)
Originally from Babylon, Iraq
found at Susa, Iran
BRONZE AGE: ca. 1792-1750 BCE
Basalt relief with cuneiform writing
approx. 7’ 4” high.
Stele with law code
of Hammurabi
Ancient Near East
Assyrian Culture
Relief from the Northwest Palace of Ashurnasirpal II, Nimrud, Iraq (Mesopotamia)
Assyrian
IRON AGE: ca. 875-860 BCE
Alabaster relief
Enemies Crossing the Euphrates
to Escape Assyrian Archers
Ancient Near East
Assyrian Culture
(reconstruction drawing)
Khorsabad, Iraq
Assyrian
IRON AGE: ca. 721-706 BCE
Mudbrick construction with
limestone and alabaster decoration
Citadel and Palace
of Sargon II
Ancient Near East
Assyrian Culture

Lamassu (winged, human-headed bull)
Excavated from the citadel of Sargon II
Khorsabad, Iraq
ASSYRIAN
IRON AGE: ca. 721-706 BCE.
approx. 13' 10 high.
Limestone
Lamassu
Ancient Near East
Persian Culture

View of the Ceremonial Complex
(royal audience hall in the background)
Persepolis, Iran (Persia)
Persian: Achaemenid Empire
IRON AGE: 518– c. 460 BCE.
Stone construction
View of the
Ceremonial Complex
EGYPT:

Palette of King Narmer
from Hierakonpolis, Egypt
Early Dynastic, ca. 3000 BCE
Siltstone, relief sculpture
approx. 2’- 1” high

composite pose
hieratic scale
Palette of
King Narmer
Great Sphinx
Egypt

Great Sphinx
(with Pyramid of Chephren in
the background at left)
Giza, Egypt
Old Kingdom: Dynasty IV
ca. 2500 BCE
Carved from living Sandstone
Egypt

Mykerinos [Menkaure] and Queen
from Giza, Egypt
Old Kindom: Dynasty IV
ca. 2500 BCE.
Graywacke
approx. 4' 6 1/2 high.
Mykerinos [Menkaure] and Queen
Egypt

Stele of the Sculptor Userwer
Middle Kingdom, c. 1850 BCE
Egypt
Limestone with red and black ink
Sunken relief (unfinished)
20 ½ x 19”
Stele of the Sculptor Userwer
Egypt

The temple of Amen-Re (restored view)
Karnak, Thebes, Egypt
New Kingdom, c. 1575-1075 BCE

Stone construction with sunken reliefs
Great Hypostyle Hall, Pylon gates
The Temple of
Amen-Re (restored view)
Egypt

Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut
Deir el-Bahri, Egypt
New Kingdom, Dynasty 18
ca. 1473-1458 BCE
Stone with painted relief sculpture
Mortuary Temple
of Hatshepsut
Egypt

Akhenaton, Nefertiti, and daughters
from Tell el-Amarna, Egypt
Amarna Period: Dynasty 18, New Kingdom
ca. 1353-1335 BCE
Limestone, sunken relief
approx. 12 1/4 high
Akhenaton, Nefertiti, and daughters
Egypt

Funerary mask of Tutankhamen
From his tomb, Valley of the Kings
Thebes, Egypt
Dynasty 18, New Kingdom, c. 1322 BCE
Gold with inlay of enamel and
semiprecious stones
21-1/4” high.
Excavated by Howard Carter, 1922
Funerary mask of Tutankhamen
Egypt

Judgement of Hunefer before Osiris
from a Book of the Dead
Egypt
Dynasty 19, New Kingdom
c. 1285 BCE
Painted papyrus
height 15-5/ 8"
Judgement of Hunefer
Before Osiris
Bronze Age: Aegean

The “palace” at Knossos (reconstructed view)
Crete
Minoan
ca.1700-1400 BCE
Excavated and “restored” by Arthur Evans

Mud brick, Dressed stone, and wood columns
Plastered walls with frescos
The “Palace” at Knossos
(reconstructed view)
Bronze Age: Aegean

Bull-leaping, from the palace at Knossos
Crete
Minoan
ca. 1450 BCE
Fresco
approx. 2’ 8” high
Excavated and originally “restored”
by Arthur Evans
Bull-leaping, from the palace at Knossos
Bronze Age: Aegean

Reconstructed "Snake Goddess"
from Knossos, Crete
Minoan
c. 1700-1550 BCE
Faience
about 12" high

Excavated and originally “restored”
by Arthur Evans
Reconstructed
"Snake Goddess"
Bronze Age: Aegean

Vapheio Cup
Found near in a tholos tomb near Sparta
Mycenaean Greece (mainland)
Minoan style
c. 1650-1450 BCE
Gold with repoussé decoration
4½"
Vapheio Cup
Bronze Age: Aegean

Flotilla or Ship Fresco
wall painting from a House at Akrotiri
Thera (Santorini), Cyclades Islands
Cycladic (showing Minoan stylistic influences)
before 1630 BCE
Fresco
Flotilla or Ship Fresco
Bronze Age: Aegean

Citadel of Mycenae
Occupied c. 1600– 1200 BCE
Lion Gate (c. 1250)
Mycenae, Mainland Greece
Mycenaeans

Excavated by Heinrich Schliemann

Ashlar masonry (using dressed stone)
corbel vaults
Citadel of Mycenae
Bronze Age: Aegean

Funerary mask, from Grave Circle A
Mycenae, mainland Greece
Mycenaean
ca. 1600–1500 BCE.
Beaten gold, Repoussé
approx. 1’ high.

Excavated and “restored”
by Heinrich Schliemann
Funerary Mask, from Grave Circle A
Citadel of Mycenae (reconstruction view)
Bronze Age: Aegean

Citadel of Mycenae (reconstruction view)
Occupied c. 1600– 1200 BCE
Mycenae, Mainland Greece
Mycenaeans

Excavated by Heinrich Schliemann

Ashlar masonry (using dressed stone)
corbel vaults
Iron Age: Greece

Kouros
Attica (area around Athens)
Archaic Period, ca. 600 BCE
Marble
approx. 6’ 1/2” high (lifesize)

Used as a grave marker or as a dedication
in the sanctuary of a god.
Kouros
Iron Age: Greece

Exekias (painter)
Black-figure amphora
showing Achilles and Ajax playing dice during the Trojan War
Attica, Greece
found in an Etruscan tomb in Vulci, Italy
Archaic Period, ca. 540-530 BCE.
approx. 2' high. Wheel-thrown earthenware
Black-figure
Amphora
Iron Age: Greece

Euphronios (painter)
Red-figure krater with Death of Sarpedon (Trojan War)
and contemporary Greek Warriors
Attica, Greece
Archaic Period, ca. 515 BCE,
Wheel-thrown earthenware

Formerly Metropolitan Museum of Art, returned
to Italy (where it was illegally excavated) in 2008
Red-figure krater with Death of Sarpedon (Trojan War) and contemporary Greek Warriors
Iron Age: Greece

Temple of Aphaia
(reconstruction and plan)
Aegina, Greece
Archaic Period, c. 500-490 BCE
Doric order, Marble
Temple of Aphaia
Fallen Warriors
West Pediment from the
Temple of Aphaia
Iron Age: Greece
Tomb of the Diver
Early Classical Period, c. 480 BCE
Greek Painter in Paestum, Italy
fresco on travertine rock
Tomb of the Diver
Iron Age: Greece

Warrior
Greek (found in the sea off Riace, Italy)
Early Classical Period, ca. 450 BCE.
Bronze (lost wax casting)

Bone and colored-glass eyes,
silver plating on the teeth,
copper inlays on lips and nipples
approx. 6’ 6” high
Warrior
Iron Age: Greece

Model showing the Acropolis of Athens
as reconstructed under the ruler Pericles
Athens, Greece
High Classical Period, 447-432 BCE
Marble: Doric, Ionic and Corinthian Orders

The Acropolis was destroyed by the Persians in 480 BCE and reconstructed under the ruler Pericles
Model Showing the
Acropolis of Athens
Iron Age: Greece

Iktinos and Kallikrates
under the direction of Phidias
Parthenon (Temple of Athena Parthenos)
Acropolis, Athens, Greece
High Classical Period, 447–438 BCE
Marble, Doric order
Parthenon (Temple of Athena Parthenos)
Iron Age: Greece

After Praxiteles
Aphrodite of Knidos
A restored composite
from two Roman copies
Greek original, Late Classical,
c. 350 BCE
Marble
6’-8” h.
Aphrodite of Knidos
Iron Age: Greece

Epigonos (?)
Dying Gaul
Roman marble copy
Probably after a bronze original from Pergamon, Turkey
Greek original, Hellenistic Period, ca. 220 BCE,
approx. 3’ 1/2” high.
Dying Gaul
Italy: Etruscans

Novios Plautios, artist
The Ficoroni Cista
350-300 BCE
Etruscan, made at Rome, Italy
(found in a grave outside Rome)
Bronze, cast and engraved
2’-6 1/4” H
The Ficoroni Cista
Italy: Etruscans

Sarcophagus with reclining couple
from the necropolis of Cerveteri, Italy
Etruscan
ca. 520 BCE.
Painted terracotta
approx. 6’ 7” X 3’ 9 1/2”
Sarcophagus with reclining couple
Italy: Romans

Patrician with busts of
his ancestors
Roman, Republican period
ca. late 1st century BCE
Marble
Height 5’-5”
Patrician with busts
of his ancestors
Italy: Romans
Ara Pacis Augustae (Altar of Augustan Peace)
Rome, Italy
13–9 BCE
Imperial Period (Julio-Claudian Dynasty)
Marble with reliefs

**Procession of the imperial family, detail of the south frieze. Marble relief approx. 5’ 3” high.
Ara Pacis Augustae
(Altar of Augustan Peace)
Italy: Romans
Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheater)
Rome, Italy
Imperial Period, ca. 70–80 CE,
Flavian Dynasty

concrete and brick with limestone and tufo
marble decoration and veneers
Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian orders
Colosseum
(Flavian Amphitheater)
Italy: Romans

Battle of Issus, “Alexander Mosaic”
Mosaic floor copied from a Greek Painting
House of the Faun
Pompeii, Italy
Imperial Period, 1rst century BCE (Pompeii destroyed in 79 CE)

Mosaic, stone tesserae
19ft x 10ft 3in
Battle of Issus, “Alexander Mosaic”
Italy: Romans

Peristyle Garden
House of the Vettii
Pompeii, Italy
second century BCE, rebuilt 62–79 CE
Pompeii destroyed in 79 CE
Fresco wall painting
Peristyle Garden
House of the Vettii
Italy: Romans

Plan of the House of the Vettii
Pompeii, Italy
second century BCE, rebuilt 62–79 CE

Peristyle, Atrium
Plan of the House of the Vettii
Italy: Romans

Fourth Style wall paintings
Ixion Room of House of the Vettii
Pompeii, Italy
ca. 70–79 CE

Fresco
Ixion Room of House
of the Vettii
Plan of Trajan’s Forum
Italy: Romans

Apollodorus of Damascus, architect
Plan of Trajan’s Forum
Rome, Italy
Imperial Period, ca. 110-113 CE
finished by Hadrian ca. 117 CE
Italy: Romans

Column of Trajan
From Trajan’s Forum
Rome, Italy
Imperial Period, c. 112-116 or after 117 CE
Marble with reliefs
height with base 125’

(Bronze Statue of St Peter added by the Pope
during the Italian Renaissance, 1587)
Column of Trajan
Italy: Romans

Equestrian Statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius
Imperial Period, c. 176 CE,
Bronze (originally gilded)
The conquered barbarian below the horse’s
feet is now missing
ht 11'-6"

(mistaken for Constantine, "the first
Christian Roman emperor"
in the Medieval period)
Equestrian Statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius
Italy: Romans

Sarcophagus with Indian Triumph of Dionysus (aka Bacchus)
Imperial Period, c. 190 CE
Rome, Italy
Marble, relief
~47 ½” x 92 ½” x 36”

Mystery cult
Sarcophagus with Indian Triumph of Dionysus (aka Bacchus)
Italy: Romans

The Four Tetrarchs
Late Empire, c. 300 CE
from Constantinople
(Looted in 1204 and now
installed in the facade of
St Marks Cathedral, Venice.
Porphory, Height of figures: 51”

In 293 Diocletian instituted a tetrarchy or
"rule of four" and divided
the empire into a western and eastern half.
The Four Tetrarchs
Woman (So-Called Venus)
Spotted Horses
Human Figure
Iron Age: Greece
West Pediment from the Temple of Aphaia
Aegina, Greece
Archaic Period, c. 500-490 BCE,
Doric temple, Marble

Fallen warriors
Top: from the West Pediment, c. 500 BCE
Bottom: from the East Pediment, c. 490 BCE
Marble
23,00 BCE
300 CE
BCE -> CE
Timeline
Presentation

by:
Kira Oliver, Amber Osgood and Lori DiTroia
TIMELINE
Dal Neoclassicismo alle Avanguardie
NEOCLASSICISMO
1755
Johann Joachim Winckelmann,
" Gedanken über die Nachahmung der Griechischen Werke in der Malerei und Bildhauerkunst"
1762
Anton Raphael Mengs,
"Gedanken über die Schönheit und über den Geschmack in der Malerei"
1789
Rivoluzione Francese
1814
Restaurazione
Colonna Antonina,
Giovan Battista Piranesi
1761, Acquaforte
Opere di Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Francesco Piranesi e d'altri. Firmin Didot Freres, Paris, 1835-1839
Il risveglio di Titania,
Johann Heinrich Füssli
1783, olio su tela
Kunsthaus, Zurigo
Caprichos 24 - Nessun rimedio,
Fransisco José de Goya y Lucientes
1797, acquaforte e acquatinta
Museo del Prado, Madrid
L'incoronazione di Napoleone,
Jacques-Louis David
1805, olio su tela
Musèe du Louvre, Parigi
Venere Vincitrice
Antonio Canova
1805 - 1808, Marmo Bianco
Galleria Borghese, Roma
Le Tre Grazie,
Bertel Thorvaldsen
1821, marmo
Pinacoteca di Brera, Milano
Maja Vestida & Maja Desnuda,
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes
1800, olio su tela
Museo del Prado, Madrid
Le Tre Grazie,
Antonio Canova
1813 - 1815, marmo
Museo dell'Ermitage, San Pietroburgo
Autoritratto,
Giovanni Battista Piranesi
1756, acquaforte
Opere di Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Francesco Piranesi e d'altri. Firmin Didot Freres, Paris, 1835-1839
Pitture Nere - Il sabba delle streghe,
Fransisco José de Goya y Lucientes
1821 - 1823, affresco trasportato su tela
Museo del Prado, Madrid
ROMANTICISM
Louise de Broglie, Contesse d'Haussonville,
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
1845, olio su tela
Frick Collection, New York
1848
Primavera dei Popoli
La Sorgente,
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
1856, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
Alienata con monomania dell'invidia,
Jean Louis Théodore Géricault
1822, olio su tela
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lione
La zattera della Medusa,
Jean Louis Théodore Géricault
1818, olio su tela
Musée du Louvre, Parigi
Donne di Algeri nei loro appartamenti,
Eugène Delacroix
1834, olio su tela
Musèe du Louvre, Parigi
Il massacro di Scio,
Eugène Delacroix
1824, olio su tela
Musèe du Louvre, Parigi
L'albero dei corvi,
Caspar David Friedrich
1822, olio su tela
Musée du Louvre, Parigi
Abbazia nel querceto,
Caspar David Friedrich
1810, olio su tela
Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlino
Bufera di neve: Annibale e il suo esercito attraversano le Alpi,
William Turner
1810, olio su tela
Tate, Londra
Pioggia, vapore e velocità,
William Turner
1844, olio su tela
National Gallery, Londra
Studio di paesaggio marino con nuvola di pioggia,
John Constable
1827, olio su carta
Royal Academy of Arts, Londra
La Cattedrale di Salisbury vista dai terreni del Vescovo,
John Constable
1823, olio su tela
Victoria and Albert Museum, Londra
Il ponte di Narni,
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot
1826, olio su carta applicata su tela
Musée du Louvre, Parigi
Orfeo ed Euridice,
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot
1861, olio su tela
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Tavola VII - Il ponte levatoio,
Giovanni Battista Piranesi
1745, acquaforte
Opere di Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Francesco Piranesi e d'altri. Firmin Didot Freres, Paris, 1835-1839
1851
Prima Esposizione Universale
al Crystal Palace di Londra
REALISM
Il disperato,
Gustave Courbet
1843-1845, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
La sorgente,
Gustave Courbet
1868, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
Ritratto di Alessandro Manzoni,
Francesco Hayez
1841, olio su tela
Pinacoteca di Brera, Milano
Ritratto di Corot,
Félix Nadar
1855, fotografia
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
Ritratto di Baudelaire,
Félix Nadar
1860, fotografia
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
Majas al balcone,
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes
1805 - 1812, olio su tela
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Il balcone,
Edouard Manet
1868, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
La ferrovia,
Edouard Manet
1872 - 1873, olio su tela
National Gallery of Art, Washington
Olympia,
Edouard Manet
1863, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
Colazione a Posillipo,
Giuseppe De Nittis
1878, olio su tela
Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Milano
In vedetta,
Giovanni Fattori
1872, olio su tavola
Collezione privata, Valdagno
1861
Unità d'Italia
1874
Esposizione delle opere della "Société anonyme des artistes, peintres, sculpteurs, graveurs" presso lo studio di Félix Nadar
IMPRESSIONISM
Donne in giardino,
Claude Monet
1866 - 1867, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay
I papaveri,
Claude Monet
1873, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
In barca sulla Senna (La yole),
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
1875, olio su tela
National gallery, Londra
L'inondazione a Port-Marly,
Alfred Sisley
1876, olio su tela
Museo di Belle Arti, Rouen
Carrozza alle corse,
Edgar Degas
1872, olio su tela
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Ballo al Moulin de la Galette,
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
1876, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
&
1886
Ultima esposizione impressionista
Le stiratrici,
Edgar Degas
1884, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
Donna che si asciuga il collo,
Edgar Degas
1895 - 1898, pastello
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
Boulevard Montmartre di notte,
Camille Pissarro
1897, olio su tela
National Gallery, Londra
Ninfee,
Claude Monet
1920 - 1926, olio su tela
Musée de l'Orangerie, Parigi
1886
La notte,
Ferdinand Hodler
1889 - 1890, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
L'isola dei morti (V),
Arnold Böcklin
1886, olio su tavola
Museum der bildenden Künste, Lipsia
Ritratto di Marguerite Khnopff,
Fernand Khnopff
1887, olio su tela
Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Bruxelles
Salomé,
Gustave Moreau
1871, olio su tela
Musée Gustave Moreau, Parigi
Salomé,
Franz von Stuck
1906, olio su tela
Lenbachhaus, Monaco
Le cattive madri,
Giovanni Segantini
1894, olio su tavola
Galleria del Belvedere, Vienna
Costume grigionese,
Giovanni Segantini
1887, olio su tela
Kunstmuseum, San Gallo
Il giorno,
Ferdinand Hodler
1900, olio su tela
Kunstmuseum, Berna
Da dove veniamo? Chi siamo? Dove andiamo?,
Paul Gauguin
1897, olio su tela
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Manao Tupapau,
Paul Gauguin
1892, olio su tela
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo
Ramo di mandorlo in fiore,
Vincent Willem van Gogh
1890, olio su tela
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
Seminatore al tramonto,
Vincent Willem Van Gogh
1888, olio su tela
Museo Kröller-Müller, Otterlo
La belle Angèle,
Paul Gauguin
1889, olio su tela
Musée d'Orsay, Parigi
Nuda Veritas,
Gustav Klimt
1899, olio su tela
Österreichische Theatermuseum, Vienna
Le tre età della donna,
Gustav Klimt
1905, olio su tela
Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Roma
POST-IMPRESSIONISM
F. Champenois Imprimeur - Éditeur,
Alfons Mucha
1897, litografia
Collezione privata
Palau de la Música Catalana (particolare: soffitto),
Lluís Domènech i Montaner
1805 - 1808
Barcellona
ART NOUVEAU
SIMBOLISMO
NEO-IMPRESSIONISM
Ritratto di Félix Fénéon,
Paul Signac
1890, olio su tela
MoMA, New York
Le modelle,
Georges Seurat
1887 - 1888, olio su tela
Barnes Foundation, Merinion
Il sole nascente,
Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo
1904, olio su tela
Pinacoteca di Brera, Milano
Al salon di the rue des moulins (studio),
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
1894, pastello
Musée Toulouse-Lautrec, Albi
Jane Avril al Jardin de Paris,
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
1893, litografia a colori (poster)
Collezione Privata
Natura morta con tre teschi,
Paul Cézanne
1900, olio su tela
Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit
La montagna Sainte-Victoire,
Paul Cézanne
1905, olio su tela
Kunsthaus, Zurigo
1915-18
Grande Guerra
1863
Napoleone III apre il "Salon de Refusés"
1895
Prima proiezione cinematografica pubblica dei fratelli Lumière al Grand Café del Boulevard des Capucins di Parigi
1886
Jean Moréas pubblica su "Le Figaro" il Manifesto Simbolista
Venus Verticordia,
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
1886, olio su tela
Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth
Ophelia,
John Everett Millais
1851, olio su tela
Tate Britain, Londra
PRERAFFAELLITI
ARTE MODERNA
ARTE CONTEMPORANEA
La gioia di vivere,
Henri Émile Benoît Matisse
1906, olio su tela
Barnes Foundation, Filadelfia
Uomo con violino,
Georges Braque
1912, olio su tela
Bührle Collection, Zurigo
Nudo sdraiato,
Amedeo Clemente Modigliani
1917, olio su tela
Museum of Modern Art,
New York
La passeggiata,
Marc Chagall
1917 - 1818, olio su tela
Museo di Stato Russo,
San Pietroburgo
Macchia nera,
Vasilij Vasil'evič Kandinskij
1912, olio su tela
Museo di Stato Russo, San Pietroburgo
Attorno al pesce,
Ernst Paul Klee
1926, olio e tempera su tela
MoMA, New York
Padiglione di Barcellona,
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
1929, Barcellona
Autoritatto in divisa,
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
1915, olio su tela
Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College
Danza attorno al vitello d'oro,
Emil Nolde
1910 olio su tela
Staatsgalerie moderner Kunst, Monaco
Mr Wyndham Lewis as a Tyro,
Percy Wyndham Lewis
1921Ferens Art Gallery, Kingston upon Hull.
Il ciclista
Natal'ja Sergeevna Gončarova
1913, olio su tela
Museo di Stato Russo,
San Pietroburgo
Primo disco,
Robert Delaunay
1912 - 1913, guazzo, acquerello e inchiostro su carta
Collezione Privata
Nudo che scende le scale n. 2,
Marcel Duchamp
1912, olio su tela
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Filadelfia
Machine, turnez vite,
Francis-Marie Martinez de Picabia
1916, tempera su carta
Collezione Privata
Cerchio nero,
Kazimir Severinovič Malevič
1916, olio su tela
Museo di Stato Russo, San Pietroburgo
Tribuna di Lenin,
El Lissitzky,
1920
Galleria Tret'jakov, Mosca
Composizione II in rosso, blu e giallo,
Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan
1930, olio su tela
Centre de George Pompidou, Parigi
Donna che piange,
Pablo Picasso
1937, olio su tavola
Tate, Londra
ESPRESSIONISMO
Madonna,
Edvard Munch
1895 - 1902, litografia a colori
Ohara Museum of Art, Kurashiki
La pubertà,
Edvard Munch
1894, olio su tela
Galleria Nazionale, Oslo
Autoritratto,
Egon Leon Adolf Schiele
1910, matita, tempera e acquerello su carta
Albertina, Vienna
L'abbraccio (Gli amanti),
Egon Leon Adolf Schiele
1917, olio su tela
Museo del Belvedere, Vienna
Guernica,
Pablo Picasso
1937, olio su tela
MNCARS, Madrid
Il vecchio chitarrista cieco,
Pablo Picasso
1903, olio su tela
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
Materia,
Umberto Boccioni
1912 -1913, olio su tela
Collezione Privata Gianni Mattioli
Dinamismo di un cane al guinzaglio,
Giacomo Balla
1912, olo su tela
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo
Forme uniche nella continuità dello spazio,
Umberto Boccioni
1913, scultura in bronzo
Museo del Novecento, Milano
e AVANGUARDIE
STORICHE
1810
Madame Staël,
"De l'Allemagne"
1550
1452
Leonardo da Vinci
Giuseppe Arcimboldo
WWI
1914-1918
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