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Revision as of 10:52, 17 March 2013

PAINTING SCHOOLS PART I

Through the ages different schools of painting have been developed.

This GALLERY shows pieces of the principal ones.



Gothic Art


Lamentation over the Dead Christ by Giotto di Bondone.

Renaissance


Mannerism


Flemish and Dutch

Baroque


Coronación de la Virgen por la Trinidad by Vicente Castelló.

Rococo

Neoclassical

Romanticism

Realism


Baker Fallen Monarchs 1886.jpg

Fallen Monarchs by William Bliss Baker, 1886.

Impressionism


Portrait de Claude Monet peignant sur son bateau-atelier a Argenteuil by Edouard Manet.


Continue to Painting Schools Part II

See also

A Coign of Vantage by Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema

External links


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