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V. THE RENAISSANCE. 19. The Dawn of Individualism in Italian Art The Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries. 20. The Early Renaissance in Italy The Fifteenth Century. Architecture in Florence and North Italy. Sculpture in Florence: The Early Fifteenth Century. Painting in Florence: The Early Fifteenth Century. Painting in Florence and Central Italy: The Mid-Fifteenth Century. Sculpture in Florence at Midcentury. Painting and Sculpture in Florence and Central Italy: The Later Fifteenth Century. Painting in North Italy and Venice. 21. The Early Renaissance in Northern Europe. Netherlandish Art in France. Netherlandish Panel Painting. Painting in German-Speaking Lands. Painting in France. 22. The High Renaissance in Central Italy. Leonardo. Michelangelo before 1516. Bramante. Raphael. 23. Michelangelo and Mannerism. Michelangelo after 1516. Painting. Women Artists of Northern Italy. Sculpture in Tuscany. Architecture. 24. The High and Late Renaissance in Venice. Painting. Architecture. 25. The High and Late Renaissance Outside Italy. Germany. France. The Netherlands. Spain. VI. THE BAROQUE. 26. The Seventeenth Century in Italy. 27. The Seventeenth Century in Catholic Europe Outside Italy. France. Flemish Painting. Spanish Painting and Sculpture. 28. The Seventeenth Century in Protestant Countries. Dutch Painting. English Architecture. 29. The Eighteenth Century. Italy. France The Rococo and Classicism. Austria and Germany The Baroque and Rococo. England. Painting in Colonial America. VII. THE MODERN WORLD. 30. Neoclassicism. Architecture. Painting. Sculpture. 31. Romanticism. Painting and Sculpture on the Continent. Painting in England. Architecture. 32. Realism. Photography. Painting in France. Metal Architecture. Painting in the United States. The Pre-Raphaelites. 33. Impressionism. Manet and Monet. Morisot. Pissarro and Renoir. Degas and Caillebotte. Whistler, Cassatt, and Sargent. Sculpture. 34. Post-Impressionism. Cezanne. Seurat and Neo-Impressionism. Toulouse-Lautrec. Gauguin. Van Gogh. Symbolism. Forerunners of Expressionism. Rousseau. 35. The Fauves and Expressionism. Matisse and Derain. Rouault. Expressionism. 36. Cubism and Abstract Art. Picasso, Braque, and the Cubist Style. The Influence of Cubism. Cubism and the First Abstract Sculpture. Futurism. Rayonnism, Suprematism, and Constructivism. De Stijl. 37. Fantastic Art, Dada, and Surrealism. Fantastic Art. Dada. Surrealism. 38. The Spread of Modernism. Abstract Expressionism. The Reaction to Abstract Expressionism. American Sculpture from the 1960s to the Early 1980s. Conceptual Art and Performance Art. The Women's Movement. Recent Painting and Sculpture. Twentieth-Century Photography. 39. Modern Architecture. Richardson, Sullivan, and the Chicago School. Art Nouveau and Expressionist. Architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright. The International Style. The Skyscraper Romance to Internationalism and Return. Countercurrents. Glossary. Books for Further Reading. Index. Credits.Frederick Hartt is the author of 'Art: A History of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Vol.2, 4th Edition' with ISBN 9780130524249 and ISBN 0130524247.
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