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paintings in Chauvert cave
Old Stone Age
Lascaux and Altamira
Old Stone Age
Venus of Willendorf
Old Stone Age
rock shelter paintings
Middle Stone Age
Stonehenge
New Stone Age
Giotto di Bondone
transition from Gothic to Renaissance
Lorenzo Ghiberti
Renaissance, winner of the 1400 Florentine door competition
Filippo Brunelleschi
Renaissance, linear perspective, 2nd place in the 1400 Florentine competition, dome of the cathedral in florence
Donatello
Renaissance, founder of modern sculpture
Botticelli
Renaissance, The Birth Of Venus established an image of female beauty
Raphael
studied with Michelangelo, most influential painter of the Madonna
Giorgione
Renaissance, innovated the subject matter of landscapes
Titian
portraits of pations, greatest colorist of the Renaissance artists
Tintoretto
Renaissance to baroque period, mannerism, chiaroscuro
El Greco
Renaissance to baroque period, Counter Reformation, mannerist
Matthias Grunewald and Albrecht Durer
Renaissance in Northern Europe
Hans Holbein the Younger
one of the greatest Renaissance portraitists
Caravaggio
baroque, use of light and dark
Artemisia Gentileschi
baroque
Gianlorenzo Bermini
most important baroque artist
Peter Paul Rubens
baroque
Rembrandt van Rijn
Baroque
Diego Velazquez
Baroque, painter for the Spanish Court
Jean-Antoine Watteau
Rococo
Francois Boucher
Rococo
Jean-Honore Fragonard
Rococo
Jacques Louis David
neoclassical
Jean Dominique Ingres
neoclassical
Eugene Delacroix
Romanticism
Theodore Gericault
Romanticism
William Blake
Romanticism
Gustave Courbet
realism
Honore Daumier
realism
Jean Francois Millet
Realism
Edouard Manet
the first impressionist
Claude Monet
Impressionism
Camille Pissarro
Impressionism
Alfred Sisley
impressionism
Paul Cezanne
postimpressionist
Georges Seurat
postimpressionism
Vincent van Gogh
postimpressionism
Paul Gauguin
postimpressionism
Edgar Degas
impressionist, oriental influence
Henri Matisse
Fauvism
Pablo Picasso
cubism
Georges Braque
Cubism
Edvard Munch
Die Brucke
Vassily Kandinsky
Der Blaue Reiter
Casimir Malevich
abstraction
Piet Mondrian
abstraction
Marcel Duchamp
dada
Salvador Dali
Surrealism
Rene Magritte
surrealism
Joan Miro
surrealism
Willem de Kooning
abstract expressionist
Lee Krasner
abstract expressionist
Franz Kline
abstract expressionist
Jackson Pollock
abstract expressionist
Richard Hamilton
collage of a tootsie pop gave the name to pop art
Andy Warhol
pop art
Roy Lichtenstein
pop art, comics
Robert Indiana
pop art, stencils
Frank Stella
minimalism
David Smith
minimalism
Louise Nevelson
minimalism
Chuck Close
photo realism
Duane Hanson
photo realism
Philip Johnson
postmodern architect