Periods in Medieval art history

First,choose from among the following periods in Medieval art history.

Next, review, research and write what you think is most important to know about this topic. Use previous pages and the following links to support your response. Read and summarize the information using sources provided or any other sources that might be relevant (check with your instructor). How does this period characterize the Middle Ages? What is important to know about it? Write the information down in your notes.

Early Christian art

Smarthistory | Early Christian Art (Links to an external site.)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Life of Jesus of Nazareth (Links to an external site.)

Smarthistory | Early Christianity, an introduction (Links to an external site.)

Byzantine art

Smarthistory | Byzantine art, an introduction (Links to an external site.)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Byzantium (ca. 330–1453) (Links to an external site.)

Islamic art

Smarthistory | Arts of the Islamic world (Links to an external site.)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art | The Nature of Islamic Art (Links to an external site.)

Early Medieval art

Smarthistory | Anglo-Saxon England – Smarthistory (Links to an external site.)

Smarthistory | Decoding Anglo-Saxon art – Smarthistory (Links to an external site.)

Carolingian art

Smarthistory | Carolingian art, an introduction (Links to an external site.)

Ottonian art

Smarthistory | Ottonian art, an introduction (Links to an external site.)

Romanesque art

Smarthistory | A beginner’s guide to Romanesque art (Links to an external site.)

Smarthistory | A beginner’s guide to Romanesque architecture (Links to an external site.)

Gothic art

Smarthistory | Gothic architecture, an introduction (Links to an external site.)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Gothic Art (Links to an external site.)

U2: September 14–Doodle (Early Christian Art)

U2: September 16–Byzantine art and architecture

U2: September 18–Islamic Art & Architecture (Talking Points)

U2: September 21–Medieval Manuscripts

U2: September 23–Compare & Contrast (Romanesque pilgrimage churches)

U2: September 25–U2CP2 (Gothic architecture)

U2: September 28–Leaving the Middle Ages/Moving Toward the Renaissance

Finally, create a timeline for your chosen period. Select specific works of art—at least two of the following: painting, sculpture, or work of architecture—to illustrate examples used for discussion.

Take a photo of your timeline and upload it to the file

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