Ends with the sacking of Rome by troops of Charles V.
1913 International Exhibition of Modern Art that was organized by the Association of American Painters and Sculptors, the first large exhibition of modern art in America
The name was coined in 1948 by Christian Dotremont from the initials of the members' home cities: Copenhagen (Co), Brussels (Br), Amsterdam (A).
Rebellion of Eugenius
Cambridge Companion pg. 115
larbor unions formed and there was considerable voice for Japan''s new urban poor.
rise of cultural nationalism - Cambridge Companion to Mondern Japanese Culture
Peak of the postwar economic boom. - The Cambridge Companion to Modern Japanese Culture
Japanese economy enters into stagnation and recession - Cambridge Companion
Lives of the Most Eminent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects - 1550
Dialogue sur le coloris ("Dialogue on colours")
Geschichte der Kunst des Alterthums ("The History of Art in Antiquity"), published in 1764
In 1772 Herder published Treatise on the Origin of Language
In 1781 he removed to Göttingen, occupied himself as a drawingmaster, and was named in 1784 keeper of the collection of prints at the university library. He was appointed professor extraordinary in the philosophical faculty in 1799, and ordinary professor at Göttingen University in 1813. During this period he had made himself known as a writer by the publication of his Geschichte der zeichnenden Künste, in 5 volumes (1798–1808). This was followed in 1815 to 1820 by the Geschichte der zeichnenden Künste in Deutschland und den vereinigten Niederlanden, in 4 volumes.
Italian Studies (Italienische Forschungen) (1827-31) three volumes of Rumohr’s research into the Italian Renaissance.
Manner/Style, Artistic Character, Metaphysics of Individuality
As an art historian, he developed the "Morellian" technique of scholarship, identifying the characteristic "hands" of painters through scrutiny of diagnostic minor details that revealed artists' scarcely conscious shorthand and conventions for portraying, for example, ears
His most famous work, Les Fleurs du mal (The Flowers of Evil), expresses the changing nature of beauty in modern, industrializing Paris during the 19th century
Among US collectors of the early 1900s, Berenson was regarded as the pre-eminent authority on Renaissance art
In 1907 he published his The North Italian Painters of the Renaissance, where he expressed a devastating and still controversial judgement of Mannerist art, which may be related to his love for Classicism and his professed distaste for Modern Art
"The Task of the Translator" (1923) and "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction" (1936).
He coined the term Action Painting in 1952 for what was later to be known as abstract expressionism
"Avant-Garde and Kitsch", first published in the journal Partisan Review. - 1939
In particular, he is best remembered for his promotion of the abstract expressionist movement and was among the first published critics to praise the work of painter Jackson Pollock.