Representation of Ideas through Time and Culture

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To develop a broad understanding of the History of Art, students need to understand the timeline of art movements.

Action Plan

Unit 1 History of Art Timeline Powerpoints Instructions and Criteria

Each student will be responsible for creating a powerpoint presentation that identifies key artists, influences and practices of two specific art movements. These must be post Gothic Art. These must also be emailed to your teacher to be embedded on the blog for access for all students.

Each powerpoint must include:

  • Name and dates of the movement.
  • 4 to 5 key artists and a brief biography for each.
  • 3 to 4 examples of each artists work (showing the early, mid and late styles they produced) Each artwork must be accompanied by its name, date, size and production technique.
  • Discussion on the social/cultural influence of the period.
  • Discussion on the materials and technical practices common used at this time.

ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS 3000 BC – 331 BC (BCE)

Egyptian Art 3200 – 1070 BC
Amarna Art 1370 – 1340 BC
Mesopotamian Art 3500 – 331 BC
Sumerian/Akkadian 3500 – 1750 BC
Assyrian/Neo-Babylonian 1000 – 539 BC
Persian 539 – 331 BC
Aegean Art 3000 – 1100 BC
Minoan (Crete) 3000 – 1475 BC
Mycenean (Greece) 1650 – 1100 BC
Greek Art 800 – 323 BC

CLASSIC CIVILIZATIONS 800 BC – 337 AD (BCE-CE)

Hellenistic Art 323-150 BC
Etruscan Art 6th – 5th century BC
Roman Art 509 BC – 337 AD

MIDDLE AGES 373 – 1453 AD (CE)

Celtic, Saxon, & Hiberno 200 – 732 AD
Byzantine Art 400 – 1453 AD
Justinian 527 – 565 AD
Islamic Art 622 – 900 AD
Carolingian Art 732 – 900 AD
Ottonian Art 900 – 1050 AD
Romanesque Style 1000 – 1140 AD
Gothic Style 1140 – 1500 AD

RENAISSANCE 1400 – 1800 AD (CE)

Renaissance: Italy 1400 – 1600 AD
Renaissance: Europe 1500 – 1600 AD
Baroque 1600 – 1700 AD
Rococo 1700 – 1750 AD

PRE-MODERN 1800 – 1880 AD (CE)

Neo-Classicism 1750 – 1880 AD
(USA: Federal/Greek Revival)
(Canada: Georgian Style)
Romanticism 1800 – 1880 AD
(Canada: Victorian)
Realism 1830’s – 1850’s AD
Impressionism 1870’s – 1890’s AD

MODERNISM 1880 – 1945 AD (CE)

Post Impressionism 1880 – 1900 AD
Expressionism 1900 – 1920 AD
Fauvism 1900 – 1920 AD
Cubism 1907 – 1914 AD
Dada 1916 – 1922 AD
Bauhaus 1920s – 1940’s AD
Harlem Renaissance 1920s – 1940’s AD
Surrealism 1924 1920s – 1940’s AD
International Style 1920s – 1940’s AD

MODERN & POST-MODERN 1945 AD – Present (CE)

Abstract Expressionism 1945 – 1960 AD
Op Art 1960s AD
Pop Art 1960s AD
Minimal Art 1960s AD
New Realism 1970s – 1980s AD
Conceptual Art 1970s – 1980s AD
Performance Art 1970s – 1980s AD
Neo-Expressionism 1980s – 1990s AD
Computer Art 1980s – 1990s AD
Post-Modern Classicism 1980s – 1990s AD
Victorian Revival 1980s – 1990s AD

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