1.9.4.6 Animal Painting digest

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In prehistoric times the desire to depict animals was worldwide. Later periods tended only to paint animals as part of a general scene.

As the Renaissance dawned many history painters had specialist animal painters to paint the animals within the overall scene.

From the Dutch Golden Age these specialists produced smaller paintings of their own focused on animals.

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Pre-history
300 BCE – 1499
1500-
[Pre-his]

Animal Painting Pre-history

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Indonesia

Spain

Romania
France
Namibia

Somaliland

Brazil
Iran
Norway

Animal Painting 300 BCE – 1499 – involving animals
Greece Archaic Period, Nazca, Early Christian
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Greek pottery

Nazca (montage)

Roman catacombs

Byzantine Psalter

Romanesque Ark

Tang Horse

Baghdad Siege

Khmer Mural

Mongol warriors

Animal Painting 1500 –
Northern Renaissance, Dutch Golden Age, Victorian Art, Realism, Blaue Reiter, Cubism, Op Art and Naive Art
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Young Hare

The Bull
The Goldfinch

Monarch…

Horse Fair

Yellow Cow

Tiger

Zebra

Black Cats

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