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This is a chronological list of periods in Western art history. An art period is a phase in the development of the work of an artist, groups of artists or art movement. Contents. 1 Ancient Classical art; 2 Medieval art; 3 Renaissance; 4 Renaissance to ...

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Art Periods/ Movements, Characteristics, Chief Artists and Major Works, Historical Events. Stone Age ... Early and High Renaissance (1400–1550), Rebirth of classical culture, Ghiberti's Doors, Brunelleschi, Donatello, Botticelli, Leonardo ...

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Study Major Artistic Periods and Movements for Dummies flashcards from Anthony Crisci's ... Art of the classical period (when Greek art peaked) is known for its ...

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Art Movements and Schools: Styles of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. ... Its unifying atrribute is a certain classical restraint and harmony. German Art: 19th ...

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Movements and Styles in Modern Art (and related artists and modern art ideas)

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In the early 5th century Greek artists began consciously to attempt to render human and animal forms realistically. ... The Classical period (5th - 4th century BC).

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Also includes Late Renaissance/Mannerism/Transitional Period (1520-1600) ... ( 1960s & 1970s) considered THE LAST MODERN ART MOVEMENT.

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Literary Periods, Movements, and History ... can even be claimed by more than one movement. Classifing art, an art in itself, often ends up more fluid like this.

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Jun 2, 2011 ... An extensive look into the periods of art. ... of artistic backwardness, as the highly refined methods of art from the Classical period were forgotten. ... of impressive religious art and architecture, known as the Baroque movement.