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Art History

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Christine Boisson

on 7 May 2014

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Transcript of Art History

Art History
Mannerism
Proto Renaissance
Renaissance 15th Century Art in Northern Europe
Realism
Renaissance 15th Century Italian Art
High Renaissance in Italy
High Renaissance in Italy
Other Artists
High Renaissance in Italy
Venice
Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo
Flanders: Catholic South (Flemish Baroque)
Mannerism (Spain)
El Greco
Baroque in Italy and Spain
Caravaggio
France: 18th Century Rococo
Jean-Antoine Watteau
Valequez
France: 17th Century Baroque
Holland: The Protestant North
Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin/ Francoise Boucher/ Jean-Honore Fragonard
Neoclassicism
Jacques-Louis David
Romanticism
Francisco de Goya
Theodore Gericault Caspar David Friedrich
Other Artists
Series and Cycles
Realism
Eduard Manet
Neo-Impressionism
Impressionism
Post Impressionism
Vincent Van Gogh
Post Impressionism
Paul Gauguin
Synthetism
The Nabis
Symbolism (1870s/80s-1900)
Post Impressionism
Paul Cezanne 1839-1906
Analytic Cubism 1907/8-1912
Fauvism: The Wild Beasts
Henri Matisse
Synthetic Cubism 1912-1914
Italian Futurism
Other Artists
Geometric Abstraction Russia: Suprematism
16th and 17th Century Art in Northern Europe (Renaissance)
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