The Art Needlepoint Co. presents Art Across Time

  • 1 Ancient World
  • 2 Near East 6th-14th c
  • 3 Middle Ages
  • 4 Early Renaissance
  • 5 High Renaissance
  • 6 Near East 15th-17th c
  • 7 Baroque
  • 8 Rococo
  • 9 Near East 17th-18th c
  • 10American Art
  • 11 Romanticism
  • 12 Impressionism
  • 13 Art Nouveau
  • 14 Art Deco
  • 15 Postwar Europe
  • 16 Modern
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  • Ancient World

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    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Near East, 6th - 14th Century

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    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Middle Ages

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    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Early Renaissance

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    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • High Renaissance

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    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Near East, 15th - 17th Century

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    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Baroque

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    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Rococo

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    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Near East, 17th - 18th Century

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    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • American Art

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    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Romanticism

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    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Impressionism

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    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Art Nouveau

    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Mauris tempus. Cras dolor. Proin nisl odio, posuere sed, adipiscing eget, volutpat in, nisi. In eget mauris. Nulla neque. Morbi mollis. Nullam placerat. Donec tristique, velit condimentum adipiscing accumsan, tortor odio interdum magna, tincidunt dapibus justo tortor nec odio. Morbi massa tellus, gravida eleifend, tristique sodales, commodo in, mi. Donec blandit nulla non orci. Ut a odio vel nunc tempus vulputate. Suspendisse porttitor gravida metus. Vivamus interdum.

    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Art Deco

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    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Postwar Europe

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    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

  • Modern

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    Ut feugiat magna nec libero. Integer vel ante. Aenean augue quam, vestibulum vitae, porta vehicula, varius sed, arcu. Aliquam faucibus, felis a adipiscing dapibus, ipsum nunc blandit lorem, nec interdum libero est a metus. Aenean ut nunc. Aliquam erat volutpat. Suspendisse dui diam, lacinia mattis, pulvinar quis, mattis non, nulla. Ut id felis sit amet velit pretium varius. Morbi sem. Pellentesque mollis mattis felis. Sed auctor, libero ut posuere aliquet, eros urna convallis augue, eu consequat enim lacus et urna. Integer elementum nunc ut lectus. Nulla consequat.

    Donec fringilla nulla vitae dui. Duis quam erat, semper id, feugiat eu, vehicula eu, nisi. Sed molestie leo ac nisl. Duis pharetra. Cras a nisi. Nunc lectus arcu, sollicitudin non, placerat eu, auctor at, justo. Vivamus porta accumsan augue. Sed accumsan, arcu sed eleifend molestie, leo eros pretium felis, a consectetur ipsum augue in ligula. Vivamus vitae purus luctus nisi sodales malesuada. Etiam pellentesque tortor ultrices dui. Vivamus hendrerit semper arcu. Phasellus ullamcorper tellus ac justo.

    SANDRO BOTTICELLI

    Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) is one of the best loved painters of the 15th century. His large scale paintings, such as the famous Primavera and Birth of Venus (make link) treated mythological subjects with as much seriousness as religious themes. Known for his secular pieces, his late years were entirely devoted to religious themes.

    HIERONYMUS BOSCH

    Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) was born to a family of artists. Some of his work is fairly traditional, but he also painted some of the most imaginative fantasy scenes the history of art. Many of this genre depict an other worldly environs filled with grotesque and often horrifying creatures. These paintings, that he is best remembered for, give vivid form to the fear of Hell that so haunted the medieval mind.

    ALBRECHT DÜRER

    Albrecht Dürer (1516-1576?) was one of the most gifted and versatile artists, considered the greatest German artist of the Renaissance. Like his contemporary, Leonardo da Vinci, Durer found wonder in everyday subject matter. His epitaph reads: “What beauty is, I know not, though it adheres to many things.” He was a pioneer of self portrait, creating a series of paintings of himself.

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