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Gothic/International Gothic/Proto-Renaissance[edit]
Cimabue (Italian, 1240–1302) Frescoes in the Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi
Giotto di Bondone (Italian, 1267–1337) First Renaissance fresco painter
Duccio (Italian, 1255–1318) Early acclaimed Sienese painter
Simone Martini (Italian, 1285–1344) Gothic painter of the Sienese School, pupil of Giotto and Duccio
Jean Pucelle (French, 1290–1334) French manuscript illuminator, miniaturist painter
Ambrogio Lorenzetti (Italian, fl 1319–1348) Italian gothic artist, Sienese school of painting
Pietro Lorenzetti (Italian, fl1320–1345) Sienese school, influenced by Giotto
Lorenzo Monaco (Italian, 1370–1425) Siena born International gothic style
Masolino (Italian, 1383–1440) Goldsmith trained painter
Limbourg brothers (Flemish, 1390–1416) Manuscript illuminators for Jean, duc du Berry (John, Duke of Berry)
Pisanello (Italian, 1394–1455) International gothic Italian painter and medallist
Sassetta (Italian, 1395–1450) Sienese International Gothic painter
Jean Fouquet (French, 1420–1481) French 15th century painter, brought Renaissance art to France
Early Renaissance[edit]
Main article: Early Renaissance
Gentile da Fabriano (Italian, 1370–1427) Influential International gothic painter
Filippo Brunelleschi (Italian, 1377–1446) Architect who designed the dome of Florence Cathedral
Lorenzo Ghiberti (Italian, 1378–1455) Florentine sculptor who specialised in International gothic and Classical styles
Donatello (Italian, 1386–1466) Important early Renaissance sculptor
Paolo Uccello (Italian, 1397–1475) Schematic use of perspective/foreshortening
Fra Angelico (Italian, 1400–1455) Religious painter noted for San Marco convent frescoes
Masaccio (Italian, 1401–1428) Important early Florentine painter
Leon Battista Alberti (Italian, 1404–1472) Genovese architect
Andrea del Castagno (Italian, 1410–1457)
Piero della Francesca (Italian, 1415–1492) Italian Renaissance painter who pioneered linear perspective
Benozzo Gozzoli (Italian, 1420–1497)
Alesso Baldovinetti (Italian, 1425–1499)
Vincenzo Foppa (Italian, 1425–1515)

Portrait of a young woman by Sandro Botticelli, 1480
Antonello da Messina (Italian, 1430–1479) Sicilian painter who pioneered oil painting
Cosimo Tura (Italian, 1430–1495)
Andrea Mantegna (Italian, 1431–1506) Renaissance painter, a master of perspective and detail
Antonio Pollaiuolo (Italian, 1431–1498)
Francesco Cossa (Italian, 1435–1477)
Melozzo da Forli (Italian, 1438–1494)
Luca Signorelli (Italian, 1441–1523)
Donato Bramante (Italian, 1444–1514) High Renaissance architect
Perugino (Italian, 1445–1523)
Verrocchio (Italian, 1435–1488)
Sandro Botticelli (Italian, 1445–1510) Florentine Renaissance master
Domenico Ghirlandaio (Italian, 1449–1494) Prolific Florentine fresco painter
High Renaissance[edit]
Main article: High Renaissance
Francesco Francia (Italian, 1450–1517)
Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452–1519) Acclaimed great Renaissance oil painter/draughtsman
Cima da Conegliano (Italian, 1459–1517)
Lorenzo Costa (Italian, 1460–1535)

Sistine Chapel ceiling, Ignudi, Michelangelo, 1509
Piero di Cosimo (Italian, 1462–1521)
Pellegrino da San Daniele (Italian, 1467–1547)
Fra Bartolommeo (Italian, 1472–1517)
Mariotto Albertinelli (Italian, 1474–1515)
Michelangelo (Italian, 1475–1564) Acclaimed Renaissance sculptor, painter and architect
Bernardino Luini (Italian, 1475–1532)
Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian, 1475–1534)
Raphael (Italian, 1483–1520) Acclaimed Renaissance painting prodigy
Il Garofalo (Italian, 1481–1559)
Ridolfo Ghirlandaio (Italian, 1483–1561)
Andrea del Sarto (Italian; 1486–1531)
Correggio (Italian, 1490–1534) Parma painter noted for illusionistic frescoes and altarpiece oils
Giulio Romano (Italian, 1492–1546)
Venetian painting Renaissance[edit]
Main article: Venetian painting
Domenico Veneziano (Italian, 1400–1461)
Jacopo Bellini (Italian, 1400–1470)
Gentile Bellini (Italian, 1429–1507) Noted for historical scenes of Venice and portraits of its doges
Giovanni Bellini (Italian, 1430–1516) Pioneer of luminous oil painting
Bartolommeo Vivarini (Italian, 1432–1499)
Carlo Crivelli (Italian, 1435–1495)
Alvise Vivarini (Italian, 1445–1503)
Vittore Carpaccio (Italian, 1455–1526)
Giorgione (Italian, 1477–1510) Pioneer of Venetian School of painting
Titian (Italian, c.1477–1576) Important Renaissance exponent of colour painting in oils and frescoes
Palma Vecchio (Italian, 1480–1528)
Lorenzo Lotto (Italian, 1480–1556)
Sebastiano del Piombo (Italian, 1485–1547)
Jacopo Sansovino (Italian, 1486–1570)
Jacopo Bassano (Italian, 1515–1592) Mannerist painter noted for portraiture and religious genre painting
Jacopo Tintoretto (Italian, 1518–1594) Major Venetian painter of monumental religious works
Paolo Veronese (Italian, c.1528–1588) One of Venice's leading colourists
Sienese School[edit]
Main article: Sienese School
Giovanni di Paolo (Italian, 1403–1482)
Matteo di Giovanni (Italian, 1430–1495)
Francesco di Giorgio (Italian, 1439–1502)
Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi, Italian, 1477–1549)
Beccafumi (Italian, 1486–1551)
Northern Renaissance[edit]
Main article: Northern Renaissance

"Kreuzigung Christi" (English: "Crucifixion of Christ") by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1503
Robert Campin (Flemish, 1375–1444) Northern Renaissance artist who painted Merode Altarpiece
Jan van Eyck (1395–1441) Pioneer oil painter
Hans Multscher (German, 1400–1467)
Stefan Lochner (German, 1400–1451) German painter of the Cologne School
Konrad Witz (Swiss, 1400–1447)
Rogier van der Weyden (Flemish, 1400–1464) Dutch artist and leading religious panel painter
Petrus Christus (Flemish, 1410–1472)
Dirk Bouts (Dutch, 1420–1475)
Hans Pleydenwurff (German, 1429–1472)
Simon Marmion (French, 1420–1489)
Meister Francke (German, fl.1424-35)
Hans Memling (German born-Flemish, 1430–1494) Flemish artist of the Bruges School
Martin Schongauer (German, 1430–1491)
Lucas Moser (German, fl.1431-40)
Michael Wolgemut (German, 1434–1519)
Michael Pacher (Austrian 1435–1498)
Hugo van der Goes (Flemish, 1440–1483) Oil painter from the Netherlands
Rueland Frueauf the Elder (German, 1440–1507)
Veit Stoss (German, 1447–1533)
Hieronymus Bosch (Dutch, 1450–1516) One of the greatest of all medieval painters
Nicolas Froment (French, fl.1450-90)
Gerard David (Flemish, 1450–1523)
Geertgen tot Sint Jans (Dutch, 1460–1490)
Hans Holbein the Elder (German, 1460–1524)
Quentin Massys (Flemish, 1466–1530)
Jan Mabuse (Flemish, 1470–1533)
Matthias Grunewald (German, 1470–1528) Noted for his intense expressionist religious paintings
Albrecht Dürer (German, 1471–1528) Greatest painter and printmaker of the Northern Renaissance
Lucas Cranach the Elder (German, 1472–1553) Leading German Renaissance painter
Hans Burgkmair (German, 1473–1531)
Jean Clouet (French, 1475–1547)
Jorg Breu (German, 1475–1537)
Albrecht Altdorfer (German, 1480–1538) Danube School of painting
Maitre de Moulins (French, fl.1480)
Housebook Master (German, fl.1480-90)
Leonhard Beck (German, 1480–1542)
Hans Baldung Grien (German, 1484–1545) German Renaissance artist
Joachim Patenier (Flemish, 1485–1524) Pioneer landscape painter of the Netherlandish Renaissance
Jean Duvet (1485–1561)
Joos van Cleve (Flemish, 1485–1540)

Card Players by Lucas van Leyden, c. 1508
Bernard van Orley (Flemish, 1488–1541)
Hans Springinklee (German, 1490–1540)
Wolf Huber (German, 1490–1553)
Lucas van Leyden (Dutch, 1494–1533)
Jan van Scorel (Dutch, 1495–1562)
Hans Holbein the Younger (German, 1497–1543) One of the greatest portrait painters
Georg Pencz (German, 1500–1550)
Sebald Beham (German, 1500–1550)
Barthel Beham (German, 1502–1540)
Lucas Cranach the Younger (German, 1515–1586)
Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Flemish, c.1525–1569) Leading Flemish artist of his day
Egidius Sadeler (Flemish, 1570–1629)
Spanish[edit]
Bartolome Bermejo
Alonso Berruguete
Luis de Morales
Alonso Sanchez Coello
El Greco
Juan Bautista Maíno
Jusepe de Ribera
Alonso Cano
Francisco de Zurbarán
Diego Velázquez
Juan Bautista Martínez del Mazo
Juan Carreño de Miranda
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo
Francisco Bayeu y Subías
Francisco Goya
Mannerism[edit]
Main article: Mannerism

Holy Family with St. Anne and the Infant St. John by Angelo Bronzino, c. 1545
Dosso Dossi (Italian, 1479–1542)
Domenico Campagnola (Italian, 1484–1540)
Alfonso Lombardi (Italian, 1487–1537)
Bartolommeo Bandinelli (Italian, 1493–1560)
Pontormo (Italian, 1494–1556) Florentine fresco/oil painter
Rosso Fiorentino (Italian, 1494–1540)
Maarten van Heemskerck (Dutch, 1498–1574)
Alessandro Moretto (Italian, 1498–1555)
Giulio Clovio (Croatian born Italian, 1498–1578)
Niccolo Tribolo (Italian, 1500–1550)
Benvenuto Cellini (Italian, 1500–1571)
Parmigianino (Italian, 1503–1540) Mannerist painter/etcher from Parma
Angelo Bronzino (Italian, 1503–1572)
Jacob Seisenegger (Dutch, 1505–1567)
Pieter Aertsen (Dutch, 1508–1575)
Francois Clouet (French 1510–1572)
Giorgio Vasari (Italian, 1511–1575) Known for his Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects
Antonio Moro (Dutch, 1519–1576)

The Vegetable Seller by Pieter Aertsen, 1567
Giovanni Battista Moroni (Italian, 1525–1578)
Federico Barocci (Italian, 1526–1612)
Giuseppe Arcimboldo (Italian, 1527–1593) Best known for his bizarre Mannerist fruit and vegetable portraits
Giambologna (Italian, 1529–1608) Hugely influential Mannerist sculptor
Denis Calvaert (Flemish, 1540–1619)
El Greco (Greek-born Spanish, 1541–1614) Noted for his dazzling spiritual works and portraits
Scipione Pulzone (Italian, 1542–1598)
Bartholomeus Spranger (Flemish, 1546–1611)
Karel van Mander (Flemish born Dutch, 1548–1606)
Giovanni Pietro de Pomis (Italian, 1565?–1633) Best known for his Late-Mannerist work in Graz, Austria
Abraham Bloemaert (Dutch, 1566–1651)
Joachim Wtewael (Dutch, 1566–1638)
Adam Elsheimer (German, 1578–1610) Influential German landscape and history painter who influenced Rubens
Baroque painting[edit]
Main article: Baroque painting

Supper at Emmaus by Caravaggio, 1601
Jacopo Chimenti (Italian, 1554–1640)
Giovanni Battista Paggi (Italian, 1554–1627)
Antonio Tempesta (Italian, 1555–1630)
Lodovico Caracci (Italian, 1555–1619)
Bartolomeo Cesi (Italian, 1556–1629)
Alessandro Maganza (Italian, 1556–1640)
Bernardo Castello (Italian, 1557–1629)
Agostino Caracci (Italian, 1557–1602)
Lodovico Cigoli (Italian, 1559–1613)
Enea Talpino (Italian, 1559–1626)
Bartolomeo Carducci (Italian, 1560–1610)
Annibale Carracci (Italian, 1560–1609) Bolognese Baroque artist noted for his Farnese Gallery frescoes
Orazio Gentileschi (Italian, 1563–1639)
Hans Rottenhammer (German, 1564–1625)
Pieter Bruegel the Younger (Flemish, 1564–1636)
Francisco Pacheco (Spanish, 1564–1654)

Portrait of Susanna Lunden by Peter Paul Rubens, c. 1622
Francisco Ribalta (Spanish, 1565–1628)
Juan de Jauregui y Aguilar (Spanish, 1566–1641)
Jan Brueghel the Elder (Flemish, 1568–1625)
Juan Martinez Montanes (Spanish, 1568–1649)
Caravaggio (Italian, 1573–1610) Milanese painter noted for his figurative realism and tenebrism
Guido Reni (Italian, 1575–1642)
Gregorio Fernández (Spanish, 1576–1636)
Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577–1640) Foremost Baroque history painter and portraitist
Adam Elsheimer (German, 1578–1610)
Bernardo Strozzi (Italian, 1581–1644)
Jean de Beaugrand (French, 1584–1640)
Johann Liss (German, 1590–1631)
Jusepe de Ribera (Spanish, 1591– 1652) Naples-based Spanish religious realist painter
Guercino (Italian, 1591–1666)
Artemisia Gentileschi (Italian, 1592–1656)
Georges de La Tour (French, 1593–1652) French caravaggesque painter
Jacob Jordaens (Flemish, 1593–1678)

Portrait of a Family by Jacob Jordaens, c. 1650
Louis Le Nain (French, 1593–1648)
Nicolas Poussin (French, 1594–1665) Possibly the greatest classical academic painter of all time
Pietro da Cortona (Italian, 1596–1669) Italian High Baroque fresco painter
Francisco de Zurbarán (Spanish, 1598–1664) Master of chiarscuro who did religious paintings and still lifes
Gianlorenzo Bernini (Italian, 1598–1680) The dominant sculptor and architect of Counter Reformation Baroque
Antoine Le Nain (French, 1599–1648)
Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, 1599–1641) Infant prodigy and pupil of Rubens who was noted for his portraits
Diego Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660) Court painter who was possibly the greatest Spanish old master
Claude Lorrain (French, 1600–1682) Classical landscape artist who developed Claudean Style
Alonso Cano (Spanish, 1601–1667)
Jan Brueghel the Younger (Flemish, 1601–1678)
Mathieu Le Nain (French, 1607–1677)
Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (Italian, 1609–1664) Genoa painter and etcher who founded monotype
Mattia Preti (Italian, 1613–1699)
Salvator Rosa (Italian, 1613–1673)
Carlo Dolci (Italian, 1616–1686)
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (Spanish, 1617–1682) Successful Spanish Baroque artist
Juan de Valdes Leal (Spanish, 1622–1690)
Pedro de Mena (Spanish, 1628–1688)
Luca Giordano (Italian, 1634–1705)
Andrea Pozzo (Italian, 1642–1709)
Hans Adam Weissenkircher (Austrian, 1646–1695)
Johann Michael Rottmayr (Austrian, 1656–1730)
Dutch Golden Age Painting and Flemish Baroque painting[edit]
Main articles: Dutch Golden Age Painting and Flemish Baroque painting

The Concert by Gerard van Honthorst, 1623
Roelant Savery (Flemish born Dutch, 1576–1639)
Frans Snyders (Flemish, 1578–1657) Undisputed master of Baroque still life from the Antwerp School
Frans Hals (Dutch, 1580–1666) One of the greatest post Renaissance portraits
Pieter Lastman (Dutch, 1583–1633)
Hendrick Terbrugghen (Dutch, 1588–1629) Dutch Realist genre painter and Utrecht Caravaggisti
Gerrit van Honthorst (Dutch, 1590–1636)
Wouter Crabeth II (Dutch, 1594–1644)
Dirck van Baburen (Dutch, 1595–1624)
Pieter de Grebber (Dutch, 1600–1652)
Matthias Stom (Dutch, 1600–1652)
Adriaen Brouwer (Flemish. 1605–1638) Noted for his tavern based genre paintings
Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669) World's greatest portrait artist
Jan Lievens (Dutch, 1607–1674)
Jacob Adriaensz Backer (Dutch, 1608–1651)
Ferdinand Bol (Dutch, 1616–1680)

Yonker Ramp and his sweetheart by Frans Hals, 1623
Jan Havickszoon Steen (Dutch, 1625–1679) Leiden School, tavern genre scenes
Jan Davidsz de Heem (Dutch, 1609–1683) Still life artist, Utecht/Antwerp School
David Teniers the Younger (Flemish, 1610–1690)Dutch Realist, peasant/guardroom scenes
Adriaen van Ostade (Dutch, 1610–1685) Peasant scene artist, Haarlem School
Govert Flinck (Dutch, 1615–1660)
Gerrit Dou (Dutch, 1613–1675)
Frans van Mieris the Elder (Dutch, 1635–1681)
Gerard Terborch (Dutch, 1617–1681) Haarlem School genre painter
Willem Kalf (Dutch, 1619–1693) Noted for still life pictures
Albert Cuyp (Dutch, 1620–1691) Dordrecht School landscape painter
Samuel van Hoogstraten (Dutch, 1627–1678) Genre painter
Jan de Bray (Dutch, 1627-1697)
Jacob van Ruisdael (Dutch, 1628–1682) Haarlem School landscapes
Gabriel Metsu (Dutch, 1629–1667) Intimate small scale genre scenes
Pieter de Hooch (Dutch, 1629–1683) Delft School of Dutch genre painting
Johannes Vermeer (Dutch, 1632–1675) Delft School Dutch genre painter, little known in his own lifetime
Meindert Hobbema (Dutch, 1638–1709)
Aert de Gelder (Dutch 1645–1727)
Adriaen van der Werff (Dutch, 1659–1722)
Rachel Ruysch (Dutch, 1664–1750) Important female flower painter from Amsterdam
Rococo[edit]
Main article: Rococo
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, 1691–1770) Known for his Würzburg Residence frescoes
Giovan Battista Pittoni or Giambattista Pittoni (Italian, 1687–1767), know for sacred families and childs
Giovanni Battista Piazzetta (Italian, 1682–1754)
Canaletto (Italian, 1697–1768) Famous topographical/architectural landscape paintings
Francesco Guardi (Italian, 1712–1793) view painter of Venice School
Jean-Antoine Watteau (French, 1684–1721) Noted for The Embarkation for Cythera and fête galantes
Giovanni Maria Morlaiter (Italian, 1699–1781)
François Boucher (French, 1703–1770) Created mythologie galante
Johann Georg Platzer (Austrian, 1704–1761) Prolific Austrian Rococo painter
Pompeo Batoni (Italian, 1708–1787)
Bernardo Bellotto (Italian, 1720–1780) Canaletto's nephew, urban landscape paintings
Franz Anton Maulbertsch (Austrian, 1724–1796)
Jean-Honoré Fragonard (French, 1732–1806) Best known for The Swing
Rococo era painting[edit]
Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin (French, 1699–1779) Important 18th Century still life artist
Martin Johann Schmidt (Austrian, 1718–1801) Important 18th Century Austrian Late-Baroque painter
Jean-Baptiste Greuze (French, 1725–1805) Important 18th Century painter
British[edit]

An Experiment on a Bird in an Air Pump by Joseph Wright of Derby, 1768
William Dobson
Thomas Gainsborough
Francis Hayman
Nicholas Hilliard
William Hogarth
George Jamesone
Godfrey Kneller
Thomas Lawrence
Peter Lely
John Opie
Allan Ramsay
Joshua Reynolds
George Romney
James Thornhill
John Michael Wright
Joseph Wright of Derby
Johann Zoffany
Neoclassicism[edit]
Main article: Neoclassicism
Anton Raphael Mengs (German, 1728–1779)
Gaetano Gandolfi (Italian, 1734–1802)
Benjamin West (American born British, 1738–1820)
Jacques-Louis David (French, 1748–1825) Passionate classical style political master painter
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (French, 1780–1867) Neoclassical and Romantic exponent of "academic art"
Romanticism[edit]
Théodore Géricault (French, 1791 - 1824)
Francisco Goya (Spanish, 1746–1828) Spanish court painter and great portraitist
Henry Raeburn (Scottish, 1756–1823)
William Blake (British, 1757–1827) Symbolist religious painter, printmaker and book illustrator
Antoine-Jean Gros (French, 1771–1835) French Romantic painter, pupil of Jacque Louis David
Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798–1863)