7. Section HISTORY of ARTS (ISCAH)
- ANCIENT ART and CIVILIZATIONS
Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Sumer, Babylon, Assyria, Persia, India, China, Ancient Greece, Rome, Inca, Maya, Olmec etc.
- MEDIEVAL ART
Early Christian and Late antique Art, Byzantine art, Insular Art – Ireland and Britain, Islamic Art, Romanesque Art, Gothic Art etc.
- RENAISSANCE ART and MANNERISM
Themes and Symbolism, Techniques, Proto-Renaissance in Italy, Early Netherlandish Art, Early Renaissance in Italy and France, High Renaissance, German Renaissance Art etc.
- BAROQUE and ROCOCO
Early, High and Late Baroque, Characteristics, Influences, Modern Usage, Light, Decorations and Lines, Venice and Veduta etc.
- NEO-CLASSICISM and ROMANTICISM
Classical Art, Purity of Forms, The ideal Beauty in Neo-Classicism; Opposition to the Classical, Freedom, Nature, Feeling, Compositions, Colour and Space etc.
- REALISM and MACCHIAIOLI
Art and Reality, Artists and Social Consciousness, Illusionistic Realism, Naturalism, Colours and Forms, Natural Light and Shades etc.
- IMPRESSIONISM, PONTILLISM and POST-IMPRESSIONISM
Artist, Nature and Impressions, Criticisms, Autonomy of Art, Light, Colour, Brushes and Movement, ‘En Plen Air’, Social Commitment of the Artist, Art and Provocation etc.
- SYMBOLISM and ART NOVEAU
Purity of Colour, Belle Époque, Elegance, Improving the Aesthetic Quality of Objects, Art as Universal Patrimony, Nature and its Forms etc.
- MODERN ART – EXPRESSIONISM, FAUVISM, CUBISM, FUTURISM
New Expressive Needs, Avant-Garde, Expressionism, Lack of Values, Deformation of the Images, Crisis of Harmony, Fauvism, Cubism, Dada and Surrealism etc.
- Modern and Contemporary - POP-ART, MINIMALISM and POST-MODERNISM
Social Reality, Functionalism, Dissolution of Form, New Representation of Space, Op Art, Kinetic art, Hyperrealism, ‘Arte Povera’ etc.