Art Hist

Timeline created by mbransfield
  • 3,600 BCE

    Cylinder Seal (and its modern impression)

    Cylinder Seal (and its modern impression)
    SUMERIAN
    tomb of Queen Puabi, Ur (Muqaiyir, Iraq)
    c. 3600-2500 BC
    lapis lazuli
    1 9/16" h (4cm)
    This seal was found alongside the body of Queen Puabi, in her tomb (PG 800). The incised design shows two registers of a convivial banquet at which all the guests may be women.
    Stok., p 35; Maranci lecture
  • 3,400 BCE

    Ruins and Plan of the Anu Ziggurat and White Temple

    Ruins and Plan of the Anu Ziggurat and White Temple
    Uruk (Waka, Iraq), c. 3400-3200BCE
    Stok., pg 29
  • 3,300 BCE

    Head of a Woman

    Head of a Woman
    Uruk (Waka, Iraq)
    c. 3300-3000 BC
    Marble
    apron 8"
    Stok., p. 30
  • 3,300 BCE

    Carved Vessel

    Carved Vessel
    SUMERIAN Uruk (Warka, Iraq)
    c. 3300-3000 BCE
    Alabaster
    36" h.
    three registers: the lowest shows the sources of life in the natural world; the middle depicts naked men carrying baskets of foodstuffs; and the upper depicts the goddess Inanna accepting an offering from two standing figures. The upper scene may represent a re-enactment of the ritual marriage between the goddess and her consort, Dumuzi. Found in the temple complex of Inanna
    Stok., p. 31; Maranci lecture
  • 2,900 BCE

    Twelve Votive Figures

    Twelve Votive Figures
    SUMERIAN
    From the Square Temple, Eshnunna (Tell Asmar, Iraq)
    c. 2900-2600 BCE
    Limestone, alabaster, and gypsum
    largest aprox 30" h.
    Votive figures of men and women from the Square Temple, in the guise of worshippers. They exhibit standard conventions of Sumerian art such as stylized faces and bodies, clothing that emphasizes pure cylindical shapes, a solemn stance, hands clasped, bold staring eyes. The arched brows were inlaid with dark shell or bitumen.
    Stok., p. 31; Maranci lecture
  • 2,600 BCE

    The Great Lyre with Bull's Head

    The Great Lyre with Bull's Head
    Royal Tomb, Ur (Muqaiyur, Iraq)
    2600-2500BC
    Wood with gold, silver, lapis lazuli, bitumen, and shell, reassembled in modern wood support
    head 14" h.
    front panel 13" h.
    length of lyre 55.5"
    upright arm 46.5"
    Stok., p. 33
  • 2,600 BCE

    Figure of a Woman

    Figure of a Woman
    Cyclades, c. 2600-2400 BCE, 62.8cm h., marble; Aegean lecture
  • 2,500 BCE

    Head with Remains of Painted Decoration; Aegean lecture

    Head with Remains of Painted Decoration; Aegean lecture
    Cyclades, c. 2500-2200 BCE, 24.6cm h., marble with red pigment
  • 2,300 BCE

    Disk of Enheduanna

    Disk of Enheduanna
    Ur (Muqaiyir, Iraq)
    c. 2300-2275 BCE
    Alabaster
    d. 10"
    Stok., p 35
  • 2,300 BCE

    Head of a Man (Akkadian Ruler)

    Head of a Man (Akkadian Ruler)
    Nineveh (Ninua, Iraq)
    c. 2300-2200 BCE
    Copper alloy
    14 3/8" h.
    Stok., 36
  • 2,254 BCE

    Stele of Naram-Sin (r. 2254-2218)

    Stele of Naram-Sin (r. 2254-2218)
    AKKADIAN
    Sippar; found at Susa (present-day Shush, Iran)
    Limestone, h. 6'6"
    2254-2216BCE
    The Akkadian ruler is depicted in hierarchic scale in a scene of military triumph over the Lullubi people from eastern Mesopotamia as solar deities watch from above. Claims divinity by wearing a horned helmet; speaks to his sacred and political authority as leader. Erected in the courtyard of the sun god temple Shamash. Transported to Susa by a conquering Elamite king.
    Stok., pg 26; Maranci lecture
  • 2,100 BCE

    Nanna Ziggurat

    Nanna Ziggurat
    SUMERIAN
    Ur (Muqaiyir, Iraq)
    c. 2100-2050 BCE
    The ziggurat, dedicated to the moon god Nanna, is located on the site of an earlier temple. Its base is a rectangle with three sets of stairs converging at an entrance gate atop the first of three platforms; the platforms' walls slope outward, probably to prevent rainwater from eroding the mud-brick pavement below.
    Measurements: Base 205' x 141'
    Stok., p. 37; Maranci lecture
  • 2,090 BCE

    Votive Statue of Gudea

    Votive Statue of Gudea
    Girsu (Telloh, Iraq)
    c. 2090 BCE
    Diorite
    29" h.
    Stok., p. 38
  • 2,000 BCE

    Kamares War Jug

    Kamares War Jug
    Minoan – Old Palace period, Phaistos, Crete, c. 2000-1900 BCE, 27cm h., ceramic; Aegean lecture
  • 1,792 BCE

    Stele of Hammurabi

    Stele of Hammurabi
    Sippar; found at Susa (Shush, Iran)
    c. 1792-1750 BCE
    Basalt
    approx. 7'4" h
    relief: 28" h
    Hammurabi standing in an attitude of prayer before Shamash, the sun god and god of justice, who gives the law to the king. The text below contains a prologue listing the temples Hammurabi has restored, and an epilogue glorifying him as a peacemaker; most of the stele "publishes" the laws themselves, guaranteeing uniform treatment of people throughout the kingdom.
    Stok., p. 39; Maranci lecture
  • 1,630 BCE

    Girl Gathering Flowers

    Girl Gathering Flowers
    Girl Gathering Saffron Crocus Flowers, Room 3 of House Xeste 3, Akrotiri, Thera, Before 1630 BCE; Aegean lecture
  • 1,400 BCE

    Lion Gate

    Lion Gate
    Hattusha (Boghazkoy, Turkey)
    c. 1400 BCE
    Limestone
    Stok., p. 40
  • 1,200 BCE

    Colossal Head, San Lorenzo

    Colossal Head, San Lorenzo
    12-4
    San Lorenzo, Mexico
    c. 1200-900 BCE
    Basalt
    2.26m h.
  • -900 BCE

    Offering 4, La Venta

    Offering 4, La Venta
    12-1
    c. 900-400 BCE
    Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City
    Jade, greenstone, granite, and sandstone
    16-18 cm h.
  • -900 BCE

    Great Pyramid and Plaza, La Venta

    Great Pyramid and Plaza, La Venta
    12-3
    La Venta, Mexico
    c. 900-400 BCE
    30m h.
  • -875 BCE

    Assurnasirpal II Killing Lions

    Assurnasirpal II Killing Lions
    Late Assyrian/Assyro-Babylonian
    palace complex of Assurnasirpal II, Kalhu (Nimrud, Iraq)
    c. 875-860 BCE
    Alabaster
    39" h.
    Probably a ceremonial hunt, in which the king, protected by men with swords and shields, rode back and forth killing animals as they were released one by one into an enclosed area. The immediacy of the scene marks a shift in Mespotamian art away from timeless solemnity toward more dramatic, emotional involvement with the event.
    Stok., p. 41; Maranci lecture
  • -875 BCE

    Enemies Crossing the Euphrates to Escape Assyrian Archers

    Enemies Crossing the Euphrates to Escape Assyrian Archers
    palace complex of Assurnasirpal II, Kalhu (Nimrud, Iraq)
    c. 875-860 BCE
    Alabaster
    39" h.
    Stok., p. 42
  • -721 BCE

    Reconstruction Drawing of the Citadel and Palace Complex of Sargon II

    Reconstruction Drawing of the Citadel and Palace Complex of Sargon II
    Dur Sharrukin (Khorsabad, Iraq)
    c. 721-706 BCE
    Stok., c. 41
  • -721 BCE

    Guardian Figures at Gate A of the Citadel of Sargon II (1840s)

    Guardian Figures at Gate A of the Citadel of Sargon II (1840s)
    Assyro-Babylonain
    Dur Sharrukin (Khorsabad, Iraq)
    c. 721-70c BCE
    Once visitors were granted access to the throne room in Sargon II's palace complex, they would have passed through a stone gate flanked, like other gates of the citadel and palace, by guardian figures. These lamassus combine the bearded head of a man, the body of a lion or bull, the wings of an eagle, and the horned headdress of a god.
    Stok., p. 43; Maranci lecture
  • -721 BCE

    Guardian Figure (Doorway of the Winged Androcephalic Bull).

    Guardian Figure (Doorway of the Winged Androcephalic Bull).
    Dur Sharrukin (Khorsabad, Iraq)
    c. 721-706 BCE
    Alabaster (gypsum)
    H. 4,20 m; L. 4,36 m
    Once visitors were granted access to the throne room in Sargon II's palace complex, they would have passed through a stone gate flanked, like other gates of the citadel and palace, by guardian figures. These lamassus combine the bearded head of a man, the body of a lion or bull, the wings of an eagle, and the horned headdress of a god
    Maranci lecture
  • -647 BCE

    Assurbanipal and His Queen in the Garden

    Assurbanipal and His Queen in the Garden
    From the palace at Nineveh (Ninua, Iraq)
    c. 647 BCE
    Alabaster
    21" h.
    Stok., p. 43
  • -586 BCE

    Babylonians conquer Jerusalem, sack Solomon's Temple

  • -575 BCE

    Ishtar Gate and Throne Room Wall

    Ishtar Gate and Throne Room Wall
    Assyro-Babylonian
    Reconstruction
    Babylon (Babil, Iraq)
    c. 575 BCE
    Glazed brick
    original dimensions: 40' h. wall; 100' towers
    Ceremonial entrance to the city. Its crenellated towers symbolized Babylonian power. The walls beyond the gate, like the gate itself, were faced with dark blue glazed bricks and specially molded turquoise, blue, and gold-colored bricks that formed images of lions, bulls, and dragons.
    Stok., p. 45; Maranci lecture
  • -550 BCE

    Reconstruction Drawing of Babylon in the 6th Century BCE

    Reconstruction Drawing of Babylon in the 6th Century BCE
    palace of Nebuchadnezzar II, w/ Hanging Gardens to the west of the Processional Way
    Marduk Ziggurat in the distance
    Stok., p. 44
  • -539 BCE

    Cyrus the Great of Persia conquers Babylonia

  • -518 BCE

    Ceremonial Complex, Persepolis

    Ceremonial Complex, Persepolis
    Iran
    518-460BCE
    Stok., p. 46
  • -518 BCE

    Apadana (Audience Hall) of Darius and Xerxes

    Apadana (Audience Hall) of Darius and Xerxes
    Ceremonial Complex, Persepolis, Iran
    518-c. 460 BCE
  • -491 BCE

    Darius and Xerxes Receiving Tribute

    Darius and Xerxes Receiving Tribute
    Detail of relief from stairway leading to the Apadana, Persepolis, Iran
    491-486BCE
    Limestone
    8'4" h.
    Stok., p. 47
  • -450 BCE

    Spear Bearer (Doryphoros)

    Spear Bearer (Doryphoros)
    Polyclitus, active 5th century B.C.
    Greece
    Marble (after bronze orig.)
    Original: c. 450-440 BCE
    Man in contropposto, with a tree trunk supporting his right leg, Polykleitos developed a set of rules for constructing what he considered the ideal human figure which he set down in a treatise called "The Canon." His arm is bent, which suggests that he once held something like a spear. The tree trunk and brace strut are Roman additions. Roman copy after the original bronze.
    Maranci lecture
  • -447 BCE

    Parthenon, Greece

    Parthenon, Greece
    Acropolis, Athens, Greece.
    447-432 BCE.
    Classical Period
    This sacred building was originally dedicated to the goddess Athena, but was also used as Athens' treasury The peripteral octastyle temple is constructed using a post and lintel system. Although today the exterior sculpture has been either destroyed or removed, the western and eastern façades would have boasted high-relief, vibrantly painted sculpture that celebrated the life of Athena.
    Maranci lecture
  • -125 BCE

    Plan of a Temple, Perhaps Dedicated to Portunus.

    Plan of a Temple, Perhaps Dedicated to Portunus.
    Forum Boarium (Cattle Market), Rome, Italy.
    Late 2nd century BCE.
    This Roman temple, built beside the Tiber River, was probably dedicated to Portunus, the god of harbors and ports. It is an early example of a small rectangular temple standing on a platform, or podium. The temple uses the Etruscan system of rectangular cella and a front porch at one end, a broad flight of steps, and a continuous frieze in the entablature.
    Maranci lecture
  • -125 BCE

    Exterior view of a Temple, Perhaps Dedicated to Portunus.

    Exterior view of a Temple, Perhaps Dedicated to Portunus.
    Forum Boarium (Cattle Market), Rome, Italy.
    This Roman temple, built beside the Tiber River, was probably dedicated to Portunus, the god of harbors and ports. It is an early example of a small rectangular temple standing on a platform, or podium. The temple uses the Etruscan system of rectangular cella and a front porch at one end, a broad flight of steps, and a continuous frieze in the entablature.
    Maranci Lecture
  • -80 BCE

    Founding of city of Florence

    Founded by Roman General Sulla - destruction of Etruscan Fiesole (200BC-80BC)
  • -75 BCE

    Augustus of Primaporta

    Augustus of Primaporta
    Early 1st century BCE.
    Livia's Villa, Primaporta, Italy
    2.03 m tall
    marble
    This sculpture of Augustus depicts him as he wanted to be seen and remembered, with his arm raised, gesturing which suggests his role as leader, in the pose of a Roman orator. The Cupid at his feet riding on a dolphin refers to the emperor's lineage from the goddess Venus. His breast plate shows many scenes that depict his military and political power.
    Maranci lecture
  • -25 BCE

    Pont du Gard

    Pont du Gard
    Nimes, France
    Late 1st century BCE
    49m tall, 6m wide
    This Roman bridge using rounded arches is part of an aqueduct located near Nimes, France. The aqueduct, built with arcades (linear series of arches), brought water from springs 30 miles north of the city using simple gravity flow.
    Maranci lecture
  • -13 BCE

    Ara Pacis Augustae

    Ara Pacis Augustae
    Rome, Italy
    13-9 BCE
    Marble
    10.5x11.6m
    This monument was begun when the emperor Augustus was 50. This general view from the front shows the walled rectangular enclosure surrounding an open-air altar, emulating Greek custom. Marble panels are carved with elaborate sculpture presenting powerful propaganda, uniting portraiture and allegory, religion and politics, the private and public.
  • -13 BCE

    Ara Pacis Augustae, Detail of Procession.

    Ara Pacis Augustae, Detail of Procession.
    Marble
    Rome, Italy
    13-9 BCE
    10.5x11.6m
    This monument was begun when the emperor Augustus was 50. This general view from the front shows the walled rectangular enclosure surrounding an open-air altar, emulating Greek custom. Marble panels are carved with elaborate sculpture presenting powerful propaganda, uniting portraiture and allegory, religion and politics, the private and public.
    Maranci lecture
  • -13 BCE

    Imperial Procession on the Ara Pacis

    Imperial Procession on the Ara Pacis
    Rome, Italy
    13-9 BC
    This is a detail of a relief on the south side of the Ara Pacis. The figures in this frieze represent members of Augustus' extended family as well as scholars. The depiction of children and real women in an official relief was new to the Augustinian period and reflects Augustus' desire to promote private family life and to emphasize his potential heirs and thus the continuity of his dynasty
    Maranci lecture
  • 100

    Ceremonial Center of the City of Teotihuacan

    Ceremonial Center of the City of Teotihuacan
    12-5
    Mexico
    c. 100-650 CE
  • 200

    Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent

    Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent
    12-7
    Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent
    The Ciudadela, Teotihuacan, Mexico
    c. 200 CE
  • 400

    Base of North Acropolis (left) and Temple I, Tikal

    Base of North Acropolis (left) and Temple I, Tikal
    12-9
    Tikal, Guatemala
    Plaster-surfaced stone, built and rebuilt on stone platforms
    4th century BCE-5th century CE (this site is specifically 734 CE)
  • 500

    Bloodletting Ritual

    Bloodletting Ritual
    12-8
    Teotihuacan, Mexico
    c. 500-650 CE
    Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
    Pigment on lime plaster (fresco)
    82 x 116.1 cm
  • 550

    Gummersmark Brooch

    Gummersmark Brooch
    Denmark
    6th c.
    silver gilt
    5 3/4" h.
    Stok., p. 433
  • 580

    Jewelry of Queen Arnegunde

    Jewelry of Queen Arnegunde
    Excavated in her tomb, Abbey of Saint-Denis, Paris
    Burial c. 580-590
    Gold, silver, garnets, glass beads
    length of pin: 10 3/8"
    Stok., p. 432
  • 625

    Hinged clasp, Sutton Hoo Burial Ship

    Hinged clasp, Sutton Hoo Burial Ship
    Suffolk, England
    1st 1/2 of the 7th c.
    gold plaques w/ granulation and inlays of garnet and checked millefiori glass
    5" l.
    Stok., p. 434
  • 675

    Symbol of the Evangelist Matthew, Gospel Book of Durrow

    Symbol of the Evangelist Matthew, Gospel Book of Durrow
    Page from the Gospel of Matthew
    Probably Iona, Scotland or n. England
    2nd half of the 7th c.
    ink and tempera on parchment
    9 5/8" x 6 1/8"
    Stok., p. 435
  • 700

    Ezra Restoring the Sacred Scriptures, in the Bible Known as the Codex Amiatinus

    Ezra Restoring the Sacred Scriptures, in the Bible Known as the Codex Amiatinus
    Wearmouth-Jarrow
    c. 700-715
    Ink and tempera on vellum
    20" x 13 1/2"
    Stok., p. 437
  • 715

    Page w/ the Beginning of the Text of Matthew's Gospel, Lindisfarne Gospel Book

    Page w/ the Beginning of the Text of Matthew's Gospel, Lindisfarne Gospel Book
    Lindisfarne (England)
    c. 715-720
    Ink and tempera on vellum
    13 3/8" x 9 7/16"
    Stok., p. 436
  • 715

    Matthew Writing HIs Gospel, Lindisfarne Gospel

    Matthew Writing HIs Gospel, Lindisfarne Gospel
    Lindisfarne (island off of England)
    c. 715-720
    Ink and tempera on vellum
    13 3/8" x 9 7/16"
    Stok., p. 437
  • 750

    South Cross, Ahenny

    South Cross, Ahenny
    County Tipperary, Ireland
    8th century
    Sandstone
  • 792

    Palace Chapel of Charlemagne

    Palace Chapel of Charlemagne
    Aachen, Germany
    792-805
  • 800

    Chi Rho Iota Page, Book of Kells

    Chi Rho Iota Page, Book of Kells
    Probably Iona, Scotland
    Late 8th or e. 9th century
    Oxgall inks and pigments on vellum
    12 3/4" x 9 1/2"
    Stok., p. 429
  • 815

    Gripping Beasts, Detail of Oseberg Ship

    Gripping Beasts, Detail of Oseberg Ship
    c. 815-820
    Wood
    Vikingskiphuset, Universitets Oldsaksamlig, Oslo, Norway
    Stok., p. 441
  • 817

    Saint Gall Plan

    Saint Gall Plan
    c. 817
    Original in red ink on parchment
    28" x 44 1/8"
    Stok., 447
  • 850

    Equestrian Portrait of Charles the Bald (?)

    Equestrian Portrait of Charles the Bald (?)
    9th century
    Bronze
    9 1/2" h.
    Stok., p. 444
  • 875

    Westwork, Abbey Church of Corvey

    Westwork, Abbey Church of Corvey
    Westphalia, Germany
    Late 9th c.
    upper stories mid 12th c.
  • 940

    Woman Clothed with the Sun, the Morgan Beatus

    Woman Clothed with the Sun, the Morgan Beatus
    Monastery of San Salvador at Tabara, Leon, Spain
    940-945
    Tempera on vellum
    15 1/8" x 22 1/6"
  • 975

    Battle of the Bird and the Serpent

    Battle of the Bird and the Serpent
    Commentary on the Apocalypse by Beatus and Commentary on Daniel by Jerome
    Emeterius and Ende, with the scribe Senior
    Made for Abbot Dominicus, probably at the monastery of San Salvador at Tabara, Leon, Spain
    Completed July 6, 975
    Tempera on parchment
    Stok., p. 440
  • 983

    Royal Rune Stones, King Harald Bluetooth

    Royal Rune Stones, King Harald Bluetooth
    Right-Hand Stone Ordered by King Harald Bluetooth
    Jelling, Denmark
    983-985
    Granite
    3-sided
    c. 8' h.
  • 1125

    Exterior of Stave Church, Borgund, Norway

    Exterior of Stave Church, Borgund, Norway
    c. 1125-1150
    cutaway drawing
    Stok., p. 443
  • Period:
    4,000 BCE
    to
    3,100 BCE

    Uruk Period, Mesopotamia

    North and South Mesopotamia
    https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/02/wam.html
  • Period:
    4,000 BCE
    to
    3,000 BCE

    Chalcolithic Period, Mesopotamia

  • Period:
    3,200 BCE
    to
    1,050 BCE

    Cycladic Culture (Cycladic Islands)

  • Period:
    3,000 BCE
    to
    2,000 BCE

    Early Bronze Age, Mesopotamia

  • Period:
    3,000 BCE
    to
    1,100 BCE

    Minoan Culture (Crete)

  • Period:
    2,350 BCE
    to
    2,150 BCE

    Akkadian Dynasty, Mesopotamia

  • Period:
    2,000 BCE
    to
    1,600 BCE

    Middle Bronze Age, Mesopotamia

  • Period:
    2,000 BCE
    to
    1,600 BCE

    Old Babylonian Period, Mesopotamia

  • Period:
    2,000 BCE
    to
    1,600 BCE

    Old Assyrian Period, Mesopotamia

  • Period:
    1,600 BCE
    to
    1,200 BCE

    Late Bronze Age, Mesopotamia

  • Period:
    1,600 BCE
    to
    1,100 BCE

    Mycenaean Culture (Late Helladic period)

  • Period:
    1,400 BCE
    to
    1,100 BCE

    Middle Babylonian Period

  • Period:
    1,350 BCE
    to
    1,100 BCE

    Middle Assyrian Period, Mesopotamia

  • Period:
    1,200 BCE
    to
    1,000 BCE

    Iron Age, Mesopotamia

    https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/03/wam.html from 1200 "on" - unclear when it ends
  • Period:
    1,200 BCE
    to
    -900 BCE

    San Lorenzo, Olmec

  • Period:
    -900 BCE
    to
    -700 BCE

    Geometric Period (Ancient GR. Art)

  • Period:
    -900 BCE
    to
    -400 BCE

    La Venta, Olmec

  • Period:
    -700 BCE
    to
    -480 BCE

    Archaic Period (Ancient GR Art)

  • Period:
    -480 BCE
    to
    -323 BCE

    Classical Period (Ancient GR Art)

  • Period:
    -440 BCE
    to
    -429 BCE

    Age of Perikles

  • Period:
    -359 BCE
    to
    -323 BCE

    Rise of Macedonia

  • Period:
    -350 BCE
    to
    750

    Tikal, Mayan

    height btwn 200-900 CE; death when?
  • Period:
    -332 BCE
    to
    -30 BCE

    Macedonian and Ptolemaic periods, Egypt

  • Period:
    -323 BCE
    to
    -31 BCE

    Hellenistic Period (Ancient GR Art)

  • Period:
    -146 BCE
    to
    330

    Roman Rule, Greek Mainland

  • Period:
    -30 BCE
    to
    330

    Roman Rule, Egypt

  • Period:
    200
    to
    650

    Teotihuacan

    Valley of Mexico, Mexico
  • Period:
    330
    to
    1453

    Byzantine Empire

  • Period:
    330
    to
    641

    Byzantine Rule, Egypt

  • Period:
    409
    to
    711

    Visigothic Kingdom, Spain

  • Period:
    431
    to
    750

    Palenque, Mayan

  • Period:
    1266
    to
    1337

    Giotto

  • Period:
    1354
    to

    Ottoman Empire

  • Period:
    1392
    to
    1573

    Muromachi Period

    aka Ashikaga era
    Ashikaga clan overthrew the Minamoto shogunal family;
    ascendance of Zen Buddhism
    Zen ink painting
  • Period:
    1445
    to
    1510

    Botticelli

  • Period:
    1471
    to
    1528

    Durer

  • Period:
    1475
    to
    1564

    Michelangelo

  • Period:
    1483
    to
    1520

    Raphael

  • Period:
    1488
    to
    1576

    Titian

  • Period:
    1571
    to

    Caravaggio

  • Period:
    1573
    to

    Momoyama Period

    Oda Nobunaga > Toyotomi Hideyoshi > Tokugawa Ieyasu
    luxurious art and craft versus rustic ceramics
  • Period:
    1577
    to

    Rubens

  • Period: to

    Velazquez

  • Period: to

    Rembrandt

  • Period: to

    Edo Period

  • Period: to

    Vermeer

  • Period: to

    Goya

  • Period: to

    Delacroix

  • Period: to

    Manet

  • Period: to

    Cezanne

  • Period: to

    Monet

  • Period: to

    Van Gogh

  • Period: to

    Klimt

  • Period: to

    Matisse

  • Period: to

    Dali