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    Nadene of http://practicalpages.wordpress.com 04/2010

    Art Movement TimelineArt Movement TimelineArt Movement TimelineArt Movement Timeline Pre Renaissance Pre Renaissance Pre Renaissance Pre Renaissance 18 18 18 18thththth C C C Centuryenturyenturyentury

    Time LineTime LineTime LineTime Line Art MovementArt MovementArt MovementArt Movement DescriptionDescriptionDescriptionDescription Artists & Artists & Artists & Artists & examplesexamplesexamplesexamples

    PrePrePrePre----RenaissanceRenaissanceRenaissanceRenaissance

    5th Century to 16th Century A.D. 1150115011501150 ---- 1230 1230 1230 1230 AD AD AD AD 1313131333336 6 6 6 ---- 1345 1345 1345 1345 AD AD AD AD 1415 1415 1415 1415 ---- 1440 AD1440 AD1440 AD1440 AD

    Gothic Art Rooted in religious devotion, e.g.: distinctive arched design of its churches, its stained glass, and its illuminated manuscripts.

    Benedetto Antelami Master of the Dominican Effigies Henri Bellechose

    5th Century A.D. to 1453 1290 1290 1290 1290 ---- 1347 1347 1347 1347 AD AD AD AD 1370 1370 1370 1370 ---- 1430 A 1430 A 1430 A 1430 ADDDD

    Byzantine Art Byzantine art is the art of the Byzantine Empire, centered in Constantinople (now Istanbul). It was the art of the Orthodox church; the painting of icons and the decoration of churches with frescoes and mosaics.

    Lippo Memmi

    Andrei Rublev

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    The RenaissanceThe RenaissanceThe RenaissanceThe Renaissance

    Italy, 15th CenturyItaly, 15th CenturyItaly, 15th CenturyItaly, 15th Century 1445 1445 1445 1445 ---- 1510 1510 1510 1510 AD AD AD AD 1449 1449 1449 1449 ---- 1494 1494 1494 1494 AD AD AD AD 1397 1397 1397 1397 1475 AD 1475 AD 1475 AD 1475 AD 1422 1422 1422 1422 1492 AD 1492 AD 1492 AD 1492 AD

    The Early Renaissance

    The Renaissance was a period of great creative and intellectual activity, during which artists broke away from the restrictions of Byzantine Art. Throughout the 15th century, artists studied the natural world in order to perfect their understanding of such subjects as anatomy and perspective.

    Sandro Botticelli,

    Domenico Ghirlandaio,

    Paolo Uccello and

    Piero della Francesca.

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    Italy, Early 16th Italy, Early 16th Italy, Early 16th Italy, Early 16th CenturyCenturyCenturyCentury 1414141475 75 75 75 ---- 1564 1564 1564 1564 AD AD AD AD 1483 1483 1483 1483 ---- 1520 1520 1520 1520 AD AD AD AD 1452 1452 1452 1452 1519 AD 1519 AD 1519 AD 1519 AD 1477 1477 1477 1477 ----1510 AD1510 AD1510 AD1510 AD 1430 1430 1430 1430 1516 AD 1516 AD 1516 AD 1516 AD

    The High Renaissance

    The High Renaissance was the culmination of the artistic developments of the Early Renaissance, and one of the great explosions of creative genius in history.

    Some of the greatest artists in history:

    Michelangelo Buonarroti,

    Raphael Sanzio and

    Leonardo da Vinci.

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    Titan Vecellio

    Giovanni Bellini

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    15th-16th Centuries 1395 1395 1395 1395 ---- 14 14 14 1444441111 AD AD AD AD 1375 1375 1375 1375 ----1444 AD1444 AD1444 AD1444 AD 1400 1400 1400 1400 ---- 1464 1464 1464 1464 AD AD AD AD

    The Northern Renaissance

    Centered in Germany and the Netherlands, Northern European tradition of Gothic Art was greatly affected by the technical and philosophical advancements of the Renaissance in Italy. Northern artists were masters of technique, and their works are marvels of exquisite detail.

    Jan van Eyck

    Robert Campin

    Rogier van der Weyden

    Europe, Mid to Late Europe, Mid to Late Europe, Mid to Late Europe, Mid to Late 16th Century.16th Century.16th Century.16th Century. 1495 1495 1495 1495 1540 AD 1540 AD 1540 AD 1540 AD 1494 1494 1494 1494 1556 Ad 1556 Ad 1556 Ad 1556 Ad 1503 1503 1503 1503 ---- 1540 1540 1540 1540 AD AD AD AD

    Mannerism

    Mannerism, the artistic style which is considered to be a period of technical accomplishment but also of formulaic, theatrical and overly stylized work. Mannerist Art is characterized by a complex composition, with muscular and elongated figures in complex poses.

    Raphael and Michelangelo Buonarroti

    Rosso Fiorentino,

    Pontormo,

    Parmigianino.

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    Europe, 17th CenturyEurope, 17th CenturyEurope, 17th CenturyEurope, 17th Century 1571 1571 1571 1571 1610 AD 1610 AD 1610 AD 1610 AD 1598 1598 1598 1598 1680 AD 1680 AD 1680 AD 1680 AD 1560 1560 1560 1560 1609 AD 1609 AD 1609 AD 1609 AD 1577 1577 1577 1577 ----1640 AD1640 AD1640 AD1640 AD 1606160616061606----1669 AD1669 AD1669 AD1669 AD 1632 1632 1632 1632 1675 AD 1675 AD 1675 AD 1675 AD 1599 1599 1599 1599 1660 AD 1660 AD 1660 AD 1660 AD

    Baroque Art Baroque art is less complex, more realistic and more emotionally affecting than Mannerist art. It was encouraged by the Catholic Church, seen as a return to tradition and spirituality.

    Caravaggio,

    Gianlorenzo Bernini

    Annibale Carracci,

    Peter Paul Rubens,

    Rembrandt,

    Vermeer

    Velzquez.

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    18th Century18th Century18th Century18th Century

    1715 to 17741715 to 17741715 to 17741715 to 1774 AD AD AD AD 1732173217321732----1806 AD1806 AD1806 AD1806 AD 1703170317031703----1770 AD1770 AD1770 AD1770 AD 1684168416841684----1721 AD1721 AD1721 AD1721 AD 1696169616961696----1770 AD1770 AD1770 AD1770 AD

    The Rococo Style

    Rococo Art succeeded Baroque Art in Europe. It was most popular in France, and is generally associated with the reign of King Louis XV (1715-1774). It is a light, elaborate and decorative style of art.

    Jean-Honore Fragonard,

    Franois Boucher,

    Jean-Antoine Watteau

    Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.

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    MidMidMidMid----18th Century to 18th Century to 18th Century to 18th Century to EarlyEarlyEarlyEarly----19th Century19th Century19th Century19th Century 1752175217521752----1845 A1845 A1845 A1845 ADDDD 1728172817281728----1792 AD1792 AD1792 AD1792 AD 1757175717571757----1822 AD1822 AD1822 AD1822 AD 1741174117411741----1828 AD1828 AD1828 AD1828 AD 1770177017701770----1844 AD1844 AD1844 AD1844 AD 1780178017801780----1867 AD1867 AD1867 AD1867 AD

    Neoclassicism Neoclassical Art is a severe and unemotional form of art returning to the art style of ancient Greece and Rome. Its rigidity was a reaction to the overbred Rococo style and the emotional charged Baroque style. The rise of Neoclassical Art was part of a general revival of interest in classical thought, which was of some importance in the American and French revolutions.

    Architects

    Robert Smirke

    Robert Adam Sculptors

    Antonio Canova

    Jean-Antoine Houdon

    Bertel Thorvaldsen Painters

    Jean August D. Ingres

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    1748174817481748----1825 AD1825 AD1825 AD1825 AD 1728172817281728----1779 AD1779 AD1779 AD1779 AD

    Jacques-Louis David

    Anton Raphael Mengs

    French Academy and French Academy and French Academy and French Academy and the 19th century salonsthe 19th century salonsthe 19th century salonsthe 19th century salons 1824182418241824----1904 AD1904 AD1904 AD1904 AD 1825182518251825----1905 AD1905 AD1905 AD1905 AD

    Academic Art Academic Art is the painting and sculpture produced under the influence of the Academies in Europe and especially France, where many artists received their formal training. It is characterized by its highly polished style, its use of mythological or historical subject matter, and its moralistic tone.

    Jean-Leon Gerome

    Adolphe WilliamBouguereau

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    I have started almost each art movement on a new page so that you can study the art movement in detail. There are several artists whose lives and art movements overlap. They could be placed side-by-side on the time line. The timeline can be used in several ways:The timeline can be used in several ways:The timeline can be used in several ways:The timeline can be used in several ways:

    o Print out as a Art Book of Centuries, or added to a student's own Book of Century o Cut and paste the pages end-to-end as a art timeline o Cut out and add the artists and their art work thumbnails to a dedicated art timeline or

    an existing timeline o Laminate and cut the artists as cards and let children match the artists to the eras

    Japan, EdoJapan, EdoJapan, EdoJapan, Edo Period Period Period Period 1600s to 1867 AD1600s to 1867 AD1600s to 1867 AD1600s to 1867 AD 1797179717971797----1858185818581858 ADADADAD 1760176017601760----1849184918491849 AD AD AD AD 1754175417541754----1806180618061806 AD AD AD AD 1770177017701770----1825 AD1825 AD1825 AD1825 AD

    Japanese Ukiyo-e

    Ukiyo-e was a popular form of printed art in Japan, inexpensive and usually depicting scenes from everyday life in Japan's urban centers - fashions, entertainment, and the pleasures of the flesh. Ukiyo-e is especially known for its exceptional woodblock prints.

    Founder Hishikawa Moronobu 1618-1694

    Ando Hiroshige,

    Hokusai Katsukika

    Kitagawa Utamaro

    Toshusai Sharaku.