Galleries in Art History

Art History Timeline

Below is a textual show with examples of some early periods in art. Graphical versions of the early periods and also modern art movements are below as a gallery.

Cultures & Periods

Prehistory c. 40,000 - 1000BCE

Mesopotamian 9000-300BCE

Egyptian pre 3159-1069BCE

Aegean 3000-1100BCE

Ancient Greek 900-30BCE

Etruscan & Roman 800BCE-395CE

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caption Major Trends: 20th Century European and North American Art(Timeline)
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caption Examples of Aegean artwork.
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caption Egyptian artworks.
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caption Examples of Greek Art periods included: Orientalizing, Archaic, Transitional.
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caption Examples of Greek Art periods included: Transitional(Kritios Boy, Riaace Warrior), Hellenistic (Laocoön) etc.
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caption Map showing where early cultures/movements took place. Prehistorical art, Aegean Art, Sumerian, Egyptian, Roman, Greek(Not in Chronological order).
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caption Major Period & Styles in Western Art: 30,000BC - 1900AD
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caption Early Mesopotamian - Sumerian
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caption Prehistoric Figures and Early Settlements. From left to right top to bottom... Lion-human figure, Woman from Willendorf, Skara brae, Stone Henge.
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caption Short Timeline AH
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caption Conventional Timeline View
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caption Comparative Timeline of Cultures - Part 1(Span: Pre-history to Greek and Etruscan.) The relative length and time span of the culture is shown through the vertical length of the squares, also the time-span between new art periods within the culture is relative to where the boxes begin. This allows different artistic periods from different cultures to be juxtaposed at around the same time period they occured.
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caption Comparative Timeline of Cultures - Part 2(Span: Prehistory, Early Mesopotamia, Greece and Rome)
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