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Art period n. A phase in the development of the work of an artist, groups of artists or art movement.

This article outlines phases of art in the Western world.

Contents

Medieval art

c. 200 - c. 1430 Medieval art

Early Christian art
Byzantine art
Norse art
Celtic art
Anglo-Saxon art
Mosan art
Migration Period art
Pre-Romanesque art
Romanesque art
Gothic art
International Gothic
Sienese School

Renaissance

Renaissance c. 1300 - c. 1602

Italian Renaissance - late 14th century - c. 1600 - late 15th century - late 16th century
Renaissance Classicism
Early Netherlandish painting - 1400 - 1500

Renaissance to Neoclassicism

Mannerism and Late Renaissance - 1520 - 1600
Baroque - 1600 - 1730
Dutch Golden Age painting - 1585 – 1702
Flemish Baroque painting - 1585 – 1700
Rococo - 1720 - 1780
Neoclassicism - 1750 - 1830

Romanticism

Romanticism -1790 - 1880

Nazarene movement - c. 1820 - late 1840s
The Ancients - 1820s - 1830s
Purismo - c. 1820 - 1860s
Düsseldorf school - mid-1820s - 1860s
Hudson River school - 1850s - c. 1880
Luminism (American art style) - 1850s – 1870s

Romanticism to Modern Art

Norwich school - 1803 - 1833, England
Biedermeier - 1815 - 1848, Germany
Photography - Since 1825
Realism - 1830 - 1870, began in France
Barbizon school - c. 1830 - 1870, France
Peredvizhniki - 1870, Russia
Hague School - 1870 - 1900, Netherlands
American Barbizon school - United States
Spanish Eclecticism - 1845 - 1890, Spain
Macchiaioli - 1850s, Tuscany, Italy
Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood - 1848 - 1854, England

Modern art

Modern art - late 19th century - c. 1970

Note: The countries listed are the country in which the movement or group started. Most modern art movements were international in scope.

Russian avant-garde - 1890 - 1930, Russia/Ukraine/Soviet Union
Impressionism - 1863 - 1890, France
American Impressionism 1880, United States
Cos Cob Art Colony 1890s, United States
Heidelberg School late 1880s, Australia
Luminism (Impressionism)
Arts and Crafts movement - 1880 - 1910, United Kingdom
Tonalism - 1880 - 1920, United States
Symbolism (arts) - 1880 - 1910, France/Belgium
Russian Symbolism 1884 - c. 1910, Russia
Aesthetic movement 1868 - 1901, United Kingdom
Post-impressionism - 1886 - 1905, France
Pointillism 1880s, France
Les Nabis 1888 - 1900, France
Fauvism - 1904 - 1909, France
Cloisonnism c. 1885, France
Synthetism late 1880s - early 1890s, France
School of Paris early 20th century, France
Neo-impressionism 1886 - 1906, France
Art Nouveau - 1890 - 1914, France
Vienna Secession (or Secessionstil) 1897, Austria
Jugendstil Germany, Scandinavia
Modernisme - 1890 to 1910, Catalan
Art à la Rue 1890s - 1905, Belgium/France
Young Poland 1890 - 1918, Poland
Mir iskusstva 1899, Russia
Hagenbund 1900 - 1930, Austria
Expressionism - 1905 - 1930, Germany
Die Brücke 1905 - 1913, Germany
Der Blaue Reiter 1911, Germany
Bloomsbury Group - 1905 - c. 1945, England
Cubism - 1907 - 1914, France
Analytic Cubism 1909, France
Orphism - 1912, France
Purism - 1918 - 1926
Cubo-Expressionism 1909 - 1921
Ashcan School 1907, United States
Jack of Diamonds (artists) 1909, Russia
Futurism (art) - 1910 - 1930, Italy
Cubo-Futurism 1912 - 1915, Russia
Rayonism 1911, Russia
Synchromism 1912, United States
Universal Flowering 1913, Russia
Vorticism 1914 - 1920, United Kingdom
Biomorphism 1915 - 1940s
Suprematism 1915 - 1925, Russia/Ukraine/Soviet Union
Dada - 1916 - 1930, Switzerland
Proletkult 1917 - 1925, Soviet Union
Productivism after 1917, Russia
De Stijl (Neoplasticism) 1917 - 1931, Holland
Pittura Metafisica 1917, Italy
Arbeitsrat für Kunst 1918 - 1921
Bauhaus - 1919 - 1933, Germany
UNOVIS 1919 - 1922, Russia
Others group of artists 1919, United States
American Expressionism c. 1920 -
Precisionism c. 1920, United States
Surrealism Since 1920s, France
Acéphale France
Lettrism 1942 -
Les Automatistes 1946 - 1951, Canada
Devetsil 1920 - 1931
Group of Seven 1920 - 1933, Canada
Harlem renaissance 1920 - 1930s, United States
American scene painting c. 1920 - 1945, United States
New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) 1920s, Germany
Constructivism (art) 1920s, Russia/Ukraine/Soviet Union
Art Deco - 1920s - 1930s, France
Grupo Montparnasse 1922, France
Soviet art 1922 - 1986, Soviet Union
a. r. group 1929 - 1936
Northwest School (art) 1930s - 1940s, United States
Social realism, 1929, international
Socialist realism - c. 1930 - 1950, Soviet Union/Germany
Abstraction-Création 1931 - 1936, France
Allianz (arts) 1937 - 1950s, Switzerland
Art and Freedom 1939 - mid-1940s
Abstract Expressionism - 1940s, Post WWII, United States
Action painting United States
Color field painting
Lyrical Abstraction
COBRA (avant-garde movement) 1946 - 1952, Denmark/Belgium/Holland
Tachisme late-1940s - mid-1950s, France
Abstract Imagists United States
Arte Madí 1940s
Art informel mid-1940s - 1950s
Outsider art (Art brut) mid-1940s, United Kingdom/United States
Vienna School of Fantastic Realism - 1946, Austria
The Concretists early 1950s -
Neo-Dada 1950s, international
International Typographic Style 1950s, Switzerland
Soviet Nonconformist Art 1953 - 1986, Soviet Union
Woodlands School 1958-1962, Canada
Russian Non-Conformist Russia/Ukraine
Pop Art mid-1950s, United Kingdom/United States
Situationism 1957 - early 1970s, Italy
Magic realism 1960s, Germany
Minimalism - 1960 -
Art and Language 1968, United Kingdom
Op Art 1964 -
Post-painterly abstraction 1964 -
Hard-edge painting 1960s, United States

Contemporary art

(Note: there is overlap with what is considered "contemporary," "postmodern," and "modern art.")

Contemporary art - present
Digital art 1990 - present
Postmodern art - present
Modernism - present
New realism 1960 -
Performance art - 1960s -
Fluxus - early 1960s - late-1970s
Conceptual art - 1960s -
Graffiti 1960s-
Junk art 1960s -
Psychedelic art early 1960s -
Lyrical Abstraction mid-1960s -
Process art mid-1960s - 1970s
Arte Povera 1967 -
Photorealism - Late 1960s - early 1970s
Land art - late-1960s - early 1970s
Post-minimalism late-1960s - 1970s
Installation art - 1970s -
Neo-expressionism late 1970s -
Metarealism - 1970 -1980, Russia
Figuration Libre early 1980s
Metaphorical realism
Young British Artists 1988 -
Rectoversion 1991 -
Transgressive art
Synaesthesia events
Neoism 1979
Deconstructivism
Battle Elephants 1984
Massurrealism 1992 -
Stuckism 1999 -
Remodernism 1999 -
Maximalism

See also




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