Timeline for Art...Timeless

Timeline created by judi3372
  • Dec 13, 1508

    The Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, Rome. Michelangelo

    The Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, Rome. Michelangelo
    This project was understaken by Michelangelo because he hoped he would be given permission by Pope Julius II to complete other work on the mammoth tomb. Michelangelo considered himelf a sculptor, This piece took an amazing four years to complete.
  • The Ballet Master, Edgar Degas

    The Ballet Master, Edgar Degas
    This printwork has wonderful painting like qualities and is a meaningful example of the monotype printmaking process.
  • Rodin with his Sculptures "Victor Hugo" and "The Thinker" Edward Steichen

    Rodin with his Sculptures "Victor Hugo" and "The Thinker" Edward Steichen
    This visually intriguing photograph is a fanciful play on shadows and light. Dimension and space are used brilliantly to create a very dramatic effect that captivates the viewer.
  • Condotterio, Giorgio De Chirico

    Condotterio, Giorgio De Chirico
    A wood built sculpture was the subject of this pencil drawing that achieves a dramatic effect and provocative piece of art.
  • He Said...She Said: "Let's get physical", "Do you think I'm sexy" Donna Rosenthal

    He Said...She Said: "Let's get physical", "Do you think I'm sexy" Donna Rosenthal
    This modern example is a poignant statement about how we portray ourselves to one another. What do our clothes say to someone, what do our actions tell others, in many ways, much more than we communicate with our mouth.