Art

Approximately 2800-2200 years BC. - Aegean art;
Approximately 2000-1560 years BC. - the art of Crete;
Approximately 1600-1100 years BC. - Mycenaean art in Greece;
11-1 in BC. - Ancient Greek art: 11-8 c. - geometric style; 7-6 in - archaic; 5-4 in - Classics; approximately 330-30 years BC - Hellenism;
8-1 in BC - Etruscan art;
8 in. BC 4 tbsp. n. e. - the art of ancient Rome;
1-6 in - Early Christian art;
Approximately 395-1453 years. - Byzantine art;
5 century-751 - the Merovingian art;
The end of the 8-10 century. - the art of the Carolingians;
10-17 c. - Old Rus' art;
The end of 10-12/13 in. - Romanesque style
13-14 c. - protorenansance in Italy;
12-16 in - Gothic: approx. 1140-1200 - Early Gothic; Approx. 1200-1350 years. - High Gothic; Approx. 1350-1525 years. - Late Gothic;
15-16 in - Renaissance art: the 15th century. - Early Renaissance; 16th c. - High Renaissance, later Renaissance, Mannerism;
Approx. 1600-1750 - Baroque
Approx. 1725-1770 years. - rococo;
1770-1810 gg. - Classicism;
2nd quarter of the 19th century. - Romanticism, the beginning of eclecticism in architecture;
3rd quarter. 19th century. - Realism;
Last quarter of the 19th century. - Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Symbolism, Art Nouveau,
1905 - Fauvism in France and Expressionism in Germany;
1907 - Cubism in France;
1909-1910 gg. - futurism in Italy;
Approx. 1910 - geometric abstraction;
1916 - Dadaism in Switzerland.
1920 - Functionalism and Constructivism;
1924 - surrealism in France;
1920-1930. - socialist realism in the USSR;
The end of 1940-1950. - Abstract expressionism
1950-1960. - op-art, pop art, minimal art, conceptual art;
1960-1970 - hyperrealism, postmodernism, neomanism, land art.

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