As urban living became denser and more complicated in the late 19th and early 20th…
Throughout human history, people have attempted to represent their realities, their stories, their emotions, and their identities through artistic media. While some artists sculpt, others paint, and others build. As art has evolved, people incorporated the concerns of their day into their artistic representations. From prehistoric statues of goddesses to contemporary performances that reinterpret classic forms of film, the history of European art teaches us that people deeply need to create.
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Lesson 1. Prehistoric, Ancient Classical and Medieval Art
Lesson 2. Italian Renaissance
Lesson 3. Mannerism and Baroque
Lesson 4. Classicism
Lesson 5. Rococo
Lesson 6. Romanticism, Academism, and Realism
Lesson 7. Impressionism
Lesson 8. Post-Impressionism
Lesson 9. Modern Art
Lesson 10. Contemporary Art and Postmodern Art
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