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Early Renaissance. The Annunciation by Fra Angelica. Early Renaissance. David by Donatello. Early Renaissance. Florence Cathedral Dome by Brunelleschi. High Renaissance. Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci. High Renaissance. David by Michangelo. High Renaissance.

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Early Renaissance

The Annunciation by Fra Angelica

Early Renaissance

David by Donatello

Early Renaissance

Florence Cathedral Dome by Brunelleschi

High Renaissance

Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci

High Renaissance

David by Michangelo

High Renaissance

School of Athens by Raphael

High Renaissance

St. Peter’s Basilica by Michelangelo

The Northern Renaissance

Arnofini and his Bride by Jan Van Eyke

The Baroque Time Period

Versailles Palace by Jules Hardouin Mansart

Baroque Time Period

David by Bernini

The Baroque Time Period

The Crucifixion of Peter

The Rococo Time Period

Mrs. Thomas Hibbert by Gainsborough

The Neoclassical Time Period

The Oath of the Horaiti by Jacques Louis David

The Romantic Time Period

The Raft of the Medusa by Theodore Gericault

The Romantic Time Period

Liberty Leading the People by Eugene Delecroix

The Realist Time Period

The Third of May 1808 by Francesco Goya

The Realist Time Period

The Gleaners by Francois Millet

The Impressionist Time Period

Water lilies by Claude Monet

Post- Impressionism Time Period

Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh



The use of realism in an unreal or fantastical manner.

The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1500, Hieronnymous Bosch

I and the Village, Marc Chagall, 1911

Marcel Duchamp,

Nude Descending

Down a Staircase


Paul Klee, Fish Magic, 1925

The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali 1931

Horse and Train, 1954, Alex Colville,



Art the seeks to replicate the physical world.

Duke de Berry’s Book of Hours, Month of October 1415.

Modonna of the Rocks, Leonardo Da Vinci, 1483

Peter Paul Rubens, Garden of Love, 1632-34

Lucius O’Brien, Sunrise on the Saguenay, 1880

Mary Pratt, Eviscerated Chickens, 1971

Abstract art
Abstract Art

Art that portrays realistic objects, people or places in an non-realistic manner.

Manet, Bar at the Folies-Bergere.1881-82

Picasso, Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, 1907

Pablo Picasso, Guernica, 1937

Non objective art no realistic imagery is employed
Non-Objective Art:No realistic imagery is employed

Jackson Pollack, Greyed Rainbow, 1953

David Smith Cubi XIX 1964

Joseph Albers Study for Homage to the Square, 1954

Canadiana art art that tries to express the true nature of being canadian
Canadiana ArtArt that tries to express the true nature ofbeing Canadian.

Native Art

Haida Mask British Columbia

The Group of Seven

Autumn Pool by Tom Thompson

Magic Realist Art

At the Crease by Ken Danby

Canadian Wildlife Art

Chief by Robert Bateman