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Unformatted text preview: TIME LINE Period or Culture Approximate dates EGYPTIAN c. 3200 B.C.E. to 1000 B.C. GREEK c. 1000 B.C.E. to 146 B.C. ARCHAIC c. 660 B.C.E. to 480 B.C. CLASSICAL c. 480 B.C.E. to 330 B.C. HELLENISTIC c. 330 B.C.E. to 146 B.C. [Etruscan c. 700 B.C.E. - 100 B.C.] ROMAN 146 B.C.E. to c. 400 A.D. BYZANTINE c. 335 A.D. to 1453 A.D. (note: all subsequent dates are A.D.) [Romanesque c. 1080 - 1140] GOTHIC 1144 to c. 1400 RENAISSANCE c. 1400 to 1600 MANNERISM c. 1520 to 1600 BAROQUE c. 1600 to 1750 ROCOCO c. 1715 to 1790 NEOCLASSICISM c. 1775 to 1850 [Romanticism 1800-1850] [Realism 1850–1880] IMPRESSIONISM 1870s and 1880s POST IMPRESSIONISM 1880s and 1890s [Symbolism 1890s] ART NOUVEAU 1890s to 1914 FAUVISM 1904 to 1907 ANALYTIC CUBISM 1907 to 1912 SYNTHETIC CUBISM 1912 to 1930s [German Expressionism 1910 to 1920] World War I 1914 to 1918 [Dada 1914 to 1920] SURREALISM 1920s and 1930s [Social Realism 1930s] World War II 1940 to 1945 ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM 1945 through 1950s COLOR FIELD PAINTING 1950s and 1960s OP ART 1955 to 1975 POP ART 1960s MINIMAL ART 1960s to present EARTHWORKS 1960s to present CONCEPTUAL ART 1960s to present [Happenings 1960s] PHOTOREALISM 1970s to present [Neo-Geo 1980s] [Neo Expressionism 1980s] [Performance Art 1980s to present] [Computer Art 1980s to present] [Video Art 1980s to present] [Installations 1990s to present] Cave paintings, Fig. 335 ...when a date is preceded by c., it means "circa, or approximately. Other useful abbreviations include: i.e. (id est) = that is; e.g. (exemplia gratia) = for example; etc. (et cetera) = and so on; N.B. (nota bene) = note this. The oldest surviving art is around 30,000 years old. The earliest art was probably made for religious, or supernatural purposes. Neolithic: new stone age (begins around 10,000 B.C.) Paleolithic: old stone age (begins around 30,000 B.C.) Monolith: a single, large stone LITH = stone A mandala, as seen in Fig. 2, is often used as a focal point for meditation. Titles of works of art are normally Italicized; the acceptable substitute when using a typewriter that can't do italics, is to underline it....
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course ART 54839 taught by Professor Givens during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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