Art Movements

Timeline created by maneatingtree
  • Period:
    193
    to
    337

    Late Roman Empire

  • Period:
    200
    to
    299

    Early Christian Art

  • Period:
    306
    to
    337

    Christian Art Under Constantine

  • Period:
    337
    to
    526

    Christian Art

  • Period:
    400
    to
    May 3, 900

    Art of the European War Lords

  • Period:
    500
    to
    May 3, 900

    Christian Art in Scandanavia, British Isles, Spain.

  • Period:
    527
    to
    May 3, 726

    Early Byzantive Art

  • Period:
    May 3, 661
    to
    May 3, 1258

    Umayyad Syria and Abbasid Iraq

  • Period:
    May 3, 756
    to
    May 3, 1492

    Islamic Spain

  • Period:
    May 3, 768
    to
    May 3, 877

    Carolingian Art

  • Period:
    May 3, 834
    to
    May 3, 1204

    Middle Byzantine Art

  • Period:
    May 3, 909
    to
    May 3, 1517

    Islamic Egypt

  • Period:
    May 3, 919
    to
    May 3, 1024

    Ottonian Art

  • Period:
    May 3, 1050
    to
    May 3, 1200

    Romanesque Europe

  • Period:
    May 3, 1200
    to
    May 3, 1300

    Gothic Europe

  • Period:
    May 3, 1200
    to
    May 3, 1400

    Italian Proto-Renaissance

  • Period:
    May 3, 1261
    to
    May 3, 1453

    Late Byzantine Art

  • Period:
    May 3, 1281
    to

    Ottoman Turkey

  • Period:
    May 3, 1370
    to

    Timurid and Safavid Iran and Central Asia

  • Period:
    May 3, 1400
    to
    May 3, 1500

    Early Northern Renaissance

  • Period:
    May 3, 1400
    to
    May 3, 1500

    Early Italian Renaissance

  • Period:
    May 3, 1500
    to

    High and Late Italian Renaissance

  • Period:
    May 3, 1520
    to

    Mannerism

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    Italian Baroque

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    Northern Baroque

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    Rococo

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    Neoclassism

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    Enlightenment

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    Romanticism

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    Realism

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    Symbolism

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    Pointilism

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    Art Deco

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    Japonisme

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    Impressionism

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    PostImpressionism

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    Fauvism

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    German Expressionism

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    Futurism

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    Cubism and Primitivism

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    Suprematism

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    Constructivism

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    New Objectivity

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    Dada

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    De Stilj

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    Productivism

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    Precisionism

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    Art Deco

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    Surrealism

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    Bauhaus

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    Abstract Expressionism

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    Post War Expressionism

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    Action Painting

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    Modernist Architecture

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    Pop Art

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    Performance, Conceptual and New Media

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    Post-Painterly Abstraction

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    Minimalism

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    Superrealism

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    NeoExpressionism

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    Feminist Art

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    Postmodernism

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    Deconstructivism

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    Site-Specific Art