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Best known for his frescos?

Giotto di Bondone

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Simple perspective, achieved in large part by overlapping and modeling his figures in the round?

Giotto di Bondone

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Most identified with the work from the mix of Gothic and Renaissance?

Giotto di Bondone

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Winner of the Florence contest for the design of the new doors for its baptistry?

Lorenzo Ghiberti

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Built the Gates of Paradise?

Lorenzo Ghiberti

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Dubber of the Gates of Paradise?

Michelangelo

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Second place winner of the Florence baptistry doors?

Filippo Brunelleschi

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Completed the dome of the cathedral in Florence?

Filippo Brunelleschi

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Credited with developing liner perspective?

Filippo Brunelleschi

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Puts Brunelleschi's theory into practice?

Masaccio

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Used both linear and aerial perspective in his frescoes?

Masaccio

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Created the bronze statue of David the first free standing nude statue to have been cast since antiquity?

Donatello

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The Birth of Venus?

Botticelli

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The marble David 1504?

Michelangelo di Buonarotti

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Commissioned by Pope Julius II to design his tomb?

Michelangelo

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Moses 1513-1515, The Dying Slave 1513-1516, The Bound Slave 1513-1516

Michelangelo

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Sistine Chapel 1508-1512?

Michelangelo

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School of Athens 1509-1511?

Raphael Sanzio

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Sistine Madonna 1513-1514

Raphael Sanzio

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Created an enduring image of the Virgin Mary to be used for centuries?

Raphael Sanzio

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The Tempest 1508?

Giorgione

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One of the most prolific of the Venetian painters?

Titian Vecelli

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Greatest colorist of the Renaissance artists?

Titian Vecelli

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Mannerism?

Tintoretto

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Used chiaroscuro but not to the extreme?

Tintoretto

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Anticipated the Barqoue era?

Tintoretto

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Closely associated with the Counter Reformation?

El Greco, Dominikos Theotokopoulos

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Isenheim Altarpiece 1510-1515?

Matthihas Grunewald

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Most famous artist of Reformation Germay?

Albrecht Durere

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Aimed to achieve a style that combined the naturalistic detail favored by artists of the north with the theoretical ideas developed by Italian artists?

Albrecht Durer

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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse 1498

Albrecht Durer

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Invented the term caravaggeque?

Caravaggio

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Depicted the Virgin Mary not as noble figures in classical garb but as poor simple folks?

Caravaggio

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Daughter of a painter?

Artemisia Gentileschi

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Self-portraits and paintings of Old Testament women?

Artemisia Gentileschi

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The most important Baroque artist?

Gianlorenzo Bernini

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Ecstasy of Saint Teresa 1647-1652?

Gianlorenzo Bernini

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Pushed marble to new limits and tried to make stone look like real fabric and clouds?

Gianlorenzo Bernini

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Established a huge workshop in Flanders and produced works of great energy and color?

Peter Paul Rubens

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The Night Watch 1642?

Rembrandt van Rijn

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Innovator of the fete galante style?

Jean-Antoine Watteau

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Favorite painter of Madame Pompadour?

Francis Boucher

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Studied with Boucher and promoted by Madame Pompodour?

Honore Fragonard

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Oath of the Horatti 1784?

Jacques Louis David

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Dedicated painter to Napoleon Bonaparte?

Jacques Louis David

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David's pupil?

Jean Dominique Ingres

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Proponent of Romanticism and Ingres's rival?

Eugene Delacroix

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The Stonebreakers 1849-1850?

Gustave Courbet

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Referred to as the first Impressionist although he did not accept the claim?

Edouard Manet

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Painted the source of the Impressionist movement's name?

Claude Monet

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Painted Impression Sunrise 1872?

Claude Monet

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Dissatisfied with the lack of solid form in Impressionist works and set about redefining art in terms of form?

Paul Cezanne

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Placed an emphasis on the scientific rules of color?

Georges Seurat

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Set about capturing the bright lights of Southern France?

Vincent Van Gogh

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Developed the ides that the artist's colors should not slavishly imitate the colors of the natural world, but should be intensified to portray inner human emotions?

Vincent Van Gogh

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Night Cafe 1888?

Vincent Van Gogh

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Though a successful stockbroker he left his wife and family in his 40's to pursue his art career?

Paul Guaguin

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Combined the snapshot style of photography with a Japanese-like perspective from slightly above his subject?

Edgar Degas

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Formed the movement Cubism?

Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque

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Die Brucke?

Emil Nolde, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

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The Scream?

Edvard Much

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Der Blaue Reiter?

Vasily Kandinsky

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Dutch abstract Expressionist?

Piet Mondrian

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Nude Descending a Staircase 1912?

Marcel Duchamp

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Les Demoiselles d' Avignon 1907?

Pablo Picasso

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The Kiss

Brancusi

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LHOOQ, 1919?

Marcel Duchamp

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Bulls Head 1943?

Pablo Picasso

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Surrealists

Salvidor Dali, Rene Magritte and Joan Miro

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Critics who dominated the New York art scene in the 50's?

Harold Rosenberg and Clement Greenberg

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Abstract Expressionists?

Willem de Kooning, Lee Krasner and Franz Kilne, Jackson Pollack

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Created a series of works that featured common things such as flags, numbers, maps and letters?

Jasper Johns (!930-

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Bed 1955?

Roert Rauchenberg

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Monogram 1959

Robert Raushcenberg

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Used soup cans, Brillo boxes and images of movie stars with factory like silkscreen to mock the art world?

Andy Worhal

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Adopted the imagery of comic books and recreated them on large scale?

Roy Lichtenstein 1923-1997

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Minimalism

Frank Stella, David Smith, Dan Flavin

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Phtorealism

Chuck Close, Duane Hanson

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Witty sculptures of ordinary people?

Duane Hanson

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Earthwork guy?

Christo

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Christo's partner

Jeanne-Claude

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Leading proponent of Postmodernism in architecture?

Philip Johnson

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AT&T Building

Philip Johnson