Paintings


that Changed the World



 

  CONTENTS:          
  Lascaux Caves Manesse illuminated Massys Callot Friedrich Picasso
  Tutankhamen's tomb Lorenzetti Grunewald Rembrandt Constable Matisse
  Europa and Minotaur Karlstein Castle Baldung Claude Lorrain Delacroix Marc
  Banquet Tomb Limbourg brothers Altdorfer Velazquez Turner Kandinsky
  Pompeii Van Eyck Cranach Vermeer Ingres Monet
  Birth of Christianity Della Francesca Holbein Rigaud Manet Chirico
  Hagia Sophia Uccello Titian Watteau Burne-Jones Modigliani
  Book of Kells Mantegna Bruegel Canaletto Seurat Chagall
  St Benedict Botticelli Vicentino Boucher Van Gogh Kahlo
  Bayeux Tapestry Anonymous Arcimboldo Fragonard Toulouse-Lautrec Dali
  Donizo manuscript Durer El Greco Gainsborough Munch Ernst
  Liber Scivias Bosch Theodore de Bry John Trumbull Cezanne Hopper
  Carmina Burana Da Vinci Caravaggio David Gauguin Bacon
  Falcon Book Michelangelo Rubens Gros Degas Warhol
  Giotto Raphael Brouwer Goya Klimt  
             





From Lascaux to Warhol





 



 

Indians of North America
 

Theodore De Bry

(1528-1598)
 

(Contributed by Professor Troy Johnson)




 


Burial Ceremonies for a Chief or a Priest


Exercising of the Youths


Murder of the Frenchman Pierre Gambie


The Town of Secota


The Princes of Virginia


One of the Chief Ladies of Secota


A Chief Lady of Pomeiooc


An Aged Man in His Winter Garment


The Town of Pomeiooc


Their Manner of Praying with Rattles About the Fire


Their Sitting at Meat


Their Seething of Their Meate in Earthen Pots


Their Manner of Fishing in Virginia

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