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Gothic/Proto-Renaissance
 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), Sienese painter
 Simone Martini (Italian, 1285–1344), Gothic painter of the Sienese School
 Ambrogio Lorenzetti (Italian, c. 1290–1348), Gothic painter
 Pietro Lorenzetti (Italian, c. 1280–1348), Sienese school
 Gentile da Fabriano (Italian, 1370–1427), International gothic painter
 Lorenzo Monaco (Italian, 1370–1425), International gothic style
 Masolino (Italian, c. 1383–c. 1447), Goldsmith trained painter
 Pisanello (Italian, c. 1395–c. 1455), International gothic painter and medallist
 Sassetta (Italian, c. 1392–1450), Sienese International Gothic painter

Early Renaissance

 Paolo Uccello (Italian, 1397–1475), schematic use of foreshortening
 Fra Angelico (Italian, 1400–1455), noted for San Marco convent frescoes
 Masaccio (Italian, 1401–1428), first to use linear perspective thereby giving sense of three-dimensionality plus developed new realism
 Fra Filippo Lippi (Italian, 1406–1469), father of Filippino
 Andrea del Castagno (Italian, 1410–1457)
 Piero della Francesca (Italian, 1415–1492), painter who pioneered linear perspective
 Benozzo Gozzoli (Italian, 1420–1497)
 Alesso Baldovinetti (Italian, 1425–1499)
 Vincenzo Foppa (Italian, 1425–1515)  Antonello da Messina (Italian, 1430–1479), painter who pioneered oil painting
 Cosimo Tura (Italian, 1430–1495)
 Andrea Mantegna (Italian, 1431–1506), 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)
 Perugino (Italian, c. 1446–1523), Raphael was his pupil
 Verrocchio (Italian, c. 1435–1488)
 Sandro Botticelli (Italian, c. 1445–1510), great Florentine master
 Domenico Ghirlandaio (Italian, 1449–1494), prolific Florentine fresco painter
 Pinturicchio (Italian, 1454–1513)
 Filippino Lippi (Italian, 1457–1504), son of Filippo
 Cima da Conegliano (Italian, 1459–1517)
 Piero di Cosimo (Italian, 1462–1521)

High Renaissance
 Francesco Francia (Italian, 1450–1517)
 Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452–1519), acclaimed oil painter and draughtsman
 Lorenzo Costa (Italian, 1460–1535)  Fra Bartolommeo (Italian, 1472–1517)
 Michelangelo (Italian, 1475–1564), acclaimed sculptor, painter and architect
 Bernardino Luini (Italian, c. 1480–1532)
 Raphael (Italian, 1483–1520), acclaimed painter
 Il Garofalo (Italian, 1481–1559)
 Ridolfo Ghirlandaio (Italian, 1483–1561)
 Andrea del Sarto (Italian; 1486–1530)
 Correggio (Italian, 1490–1534), painter from Parma noted for illusionistic frescoes and altarpiece oils
 Giulio Romano (Italian, c. 1499–1546)

Venetian School (Early Renaissance, High Renaissance and Mannerism)[
 Domenico Veneziano (Italian, 1400–1461), Early Renaissance
 Jacopo Bellini (Italian, 1400–1470), Early Renaissance
 Gentile Bellini (Italian, 1429–1507), Early Renaissance, noted for historical scenes of Venice and portraits of its doges
 Giovanni Bellini (Italian, 1430–1516), Early and High Renaissance, pioneer of luminous oil painting
 Bartolommeo Vivarini (Italian, 1432–1499), Early Renaissance
 Carlo Crivelli (Italian, 1435–1495), Early Renaissance
 Alvise Vivarini (Italian, 1445–1503), Early Renaissance
 Vittore Carpaccio (Italian, 1455–1526), Early Renaissance
 Giorgione (Italian, 1477–1510), High Renaissance, pioneer of Venetian School of painting
 Titian (Italian, c. 1488–1576), important High Renaissance-style exponent of colour painting in oils and frescoes
 Palma Vecchio (Italian, 1480–1528), High Renaissance
 Lorenzo Lotto (Italian, 1480–1556), High Renaissance
 Sebastiano del Piombo (Italian, 1485–1547), High Renaissance
 Jacopo Bassano (Italian, 1515–1592), Mannerist painter noted for portraiture and religious genre painting
 Tintoretto (Italian, 1518–1594), major Venetian Mannerist painter of monumental religious works
 Paolo Veronese (Italian, c. 1528–1588), High Renaissance-style, one of Venice’s leading colourists

Sienese School
 Giovanni di Paolo (Italian, 1403–1482), Early Renaissance
 Matteo di Giovanni (Italian, 1430–1495), Early Renaissance
 Francesco di Giorgio (Italian, 1439–1502), Early Renaissance
 Il Sodoma (Italian, 1477–1549), High Renaissance
 Beccafumi (Italian, 1486–1551), High Renaissance-Mannerist

Northern Renaissance

“Kreuzigung Christi” (English: “Crucifixion of Christ”) by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1503
 Robert Campin (Flemish, 1375–1444), Northern Renaissance artist who painted the “Mérode Altarpiece”
 Jan van Eyck (Flemish, c. 1390–1441), pioneer oil painter
 Konrad Witz (Swiss, c. 1400–c. 1446)
 Rogier van der Weyden (Flemish, 1400–1464), Dutch artist and leading religious panel painter
 Stefan Lochner (German, c. 1410–1451), German painter of the Cologne School
 Petrus Christus (Flemish, c. 1410–c. 1476)
 Dirk Bouts (Flemish, 1420–1475)
 Simon Marmion (French, 1420–1489)
 Meister Francke (German, fl. 1424–1435)
 Hans Memling (German born-Flemish, 1430–1494), Flemish artist of the Bruges School
 Martin Schongauer (German, 1430–1491)
 Michael Pacher (Austrian 1435–1498)
 Hugo van der Goes (Flemish, 1440–1483), oil painter from the Netherlands
 Hieronymus Bosch (Flemish, 1450–1516)
 Gerard David (Flemish, 1450–1523)
 Geertgen tot Sint Jans (Dutch, 1460–1490)
 Hans Holbein the Elder (German, 1460–1524)
 Quentin Matsys (Flemish, 1466–1530)
 Jan Mabuse (Flemish, 1470–1533)
 Matthias Grünewald (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)
 Albrecht Altdorfer (German, 1480–1538), Danube School of painting
 Maitre de Moulins (French, fl. 1480)
 Hans Baldung Grien (German, 1484–1545), German Renaissance artist
 Joachim Patenier (Flemish, 1485–1524), pioneer landscape painter of the Netherlandish Renaissance
 Joos van Cleve (Flemish, 1485–1540)
 Bernard van Orley (Flemish, 1488–1541)
 Hans Springinklee (German, 1490–1540)
 Wolf Huber (Austrian, 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 artist of his day
 Egidius Sadeler (Flemish, 1570–1629)

Spanish Renaissance
 Bartolomé Bermejo (Spanish, c. 1440–c. 1501)
 Alonso Berruguete (Spanish, c. 1488–1561)
 Luis de Morales (Spanish, 1512–1586)
 Alonso Sánchez Coello (Spanish-Portuguese, 1531–1588)
 El Greco (Greek-born Spanish, 1541–1614), noted for his dazzling spiritual works and portraits

Mannerism

 Dosso Dossi (Italian, 1479–1542)
 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)
 Parmigianino (Italian, 1503–1540), Mannerist painter/etcher from Parma
 Bronzino (Italian, 1503–1572)
 Jacob Seisenegger (Austrian, 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 (Flemish, 1519–1576)
 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)
 Scipione Pulzone (Italian, 1542–1598)
 Bartholomeus Spranger (Flemish, 1546–1611)
 Karel van Mander (Flemish, 1548–1606)
 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

 Antonio Tempesta (Italian, 1555–1630)
 Lodovico Caracci (Italian, 1555–1619)
 Bartolomeo Cesi (Italian, 1556–1629)
 Agostino Caracci (Italian, 1557–1602)
 Lodovico Cigoli (Italian, 1559–1613)
 Bartolomeo Carducci (Italian, 1560–1610)
 Annibale Carracci (Italian, 1560–1609), leader of the academism
 Orazio Gentileschi (Italian, 1563–1639)
 Hans Rottenhammer (German, 1564–1625)
 Pieter Bruegel the Younger (Flemish, 1564–1636)
 Francisco Pacheco (Spanish, 1564–1654)  Francisco Ribalta (Spanish, 1565–1628)
 Jan Brueghel the Elder (Flemish, 1568–1625)
 Juan Martinez Montanes (Spanish, 1568–1649)
 Caravaggio (Italian, 1573–1610), noted for his figurative realism and Tenebrism
 Guido Reni (Italian, 1575–1642)
 Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577–1640), foremost Baroque history painter and portraitist
 Adam Elsheimer (German, 1578–1610)
 Bernardo Strozzi (Italian, 1581–1644)
 Juan Bautista Maíno (Spanish, 1581–1649)
 Johann Liss (German, 1590–1631)
 Jusepe de Ribera (Spanish, 1591– 1652), Naples-based religious realist painter and printmaker
 Guercino (Italian, 1591–1666)
 Artemisia Gentileschi (Italian, 1592–1656)
 Georges de La Tour (French, 1593–1652)
 Jacob Jordaens (Flemish, 1593–1678)  Louis Le Nain (French, 1593–1648)
 Nicolas Poussin (French, 1594–1665), main classical artist of his time
 Pietro da Cortona (Italian, 1596–1669), painter and architect
 Francisco de Zurbarán (Spanish, 1598–1664), master of chiaroscuro known for his religious paintings and still lifes
 Gianlorenzo Bernini (Italian, 1598–1680), the dominant sculptor and architect of the era
 Antoine Le Nain (French, 1599–1648)
 Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, 1599–1641), portraitist living in London
 Diego Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), regarded as the greatest artist of the Spanish Golden Age
 Claude Lorrain (French, 1600–1682), landscape artist
 Alonso Cano (Spanish, 1601–1667)
 Jan Brueghel the Younger (Flemish, 1601–1678)
 Mathieu Le Nain (French, 1607–1677)
 Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (Italian, 1609–1664)
 Juan Bautista Martínez del Mazo (Spanish, c. 1612–1667)
 Mattia Preti (Italian, 1613–1699)
 Salvator Rosa (Italian, 1613–1673)
 Juan Carreño de Miranda (Spanish, 1614–1685)
 Carlo Dolci (Italian, 1616–1686)
 Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (Spanish, 1617–1682), one of the most influential religious painters
 Charles Le Brun (French, 1619–1690), leading painter in the court of Louis XIV
 Juan de Valdés Leal (Spanish, 1622–1690)
 Pedro de Mena (Spanish, 1628–1688)
 Luca Giordano (Italian, 1634–1705)

Dutch Golden Age and Flemish Baroque painting


 Roelant Savery (Flemish, 1576–1639)
 Frans Snyders (Flemish, 1578–1657), master of Baroque still life from the Antwerp School
 Frans Hals (Flemish-born Dutch, 1580–1666), one of the greatest post-Renaissance portraitists
 Pieter Lastman (Dutch, 1583–1633)
 Hendrick Terbrugghen (Dutch, 1588–1629), Dutch Realist genre painter and a leading member of the Utrecht Caravaggisti
 Gerrit van Honthorst (Dutch, 1590–1636)
 Dirck van Baburen (Dutch, 1595–1624)
 Matthias Stom (Dutch, 1600–1652)
 Adriaen Brouwer (Flemish, c. 1605–1638), noted for his tavern-based genre paintings
 Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669), history painting, portraits, etchings
 Jan Lievens (Dutch, 1607–1674)
 Jacob Adriaensz Backer (Dutch, 1608–1651)
 Ferdinand Bol (Dutch, 1616–1680)
 Jan Havickszoon Steen (Dutch, 1625–1679), Leiden School, tavern genre scenes
 Jan Davidsz de Heem (Dutch, 1609–1683), still-life artist of the Utrecht/Antwerp School
 David Teniers the Younger (Flemish, 1610–1690), Dutch Realist known for his peasant/guardroom scenes
 Adriaen van Ostade (Dutch, 1610–1685), peasant scene artist of the 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 landscape artist
 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
 Giovanni Battista Piazzetta (Italian, 1682–1754), master of the fresco
 Jean-Antoine Watteau (French, 1684–1721), author of the first fête galante
 Giovan Battista Pittoni (Italian, 1687–1767), known for sacred families and children
 Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, 1691–1770), known for his frescoes, as in Würzburg Residence
 Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin (French, 1699–1779), important 18th-century still-life artist
 François Boucher (French, 1703–1770), noted for female nudes
 Charles-André van Loo (French, 1705– 1765) 18th-century historical painter of portraiture, religion, mythology, allegory, and genre scenes.
 Pompeo Batoni (Italian, 1708–1787)
 Martin Johann Schmidt (Austrian, 1718–1801), important 18th-century Austrian Late Baroque painter
 Jean-Baptiste Greuze (French, 1725–1805), important 18th-century painter
 François-Hubert Drouais (French, 1727– 1775) Frech portraitist to the royal family, King Louis XV and Queen Marie Leczinska, and members of the nobility
 Jean-Honoré Fragonard (French, 1732–1806)
 Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (French, 1755–1842), 
later Neoclassical British
 Nicholas Hilliard (English, c. 1547–1619), goldsmith, limner, and painter best known for his portrait miniatures of Elizabethan nobility
 William Dobson (English, 1611–1646)
 John Michael Wright (English-Scottish, c. 1617–1694)
 Peter Lely (Dutch-born English, 1618–1680)
 Godfrey Kneller (English, 1646–1723)
 James Thornhill (English, c. 1675–1734)
 William Hogarth (English, 1697–1764)
 Allan Ramsay (Scottish, 1713–1784)
 Joshua Reynolds (English, 1723–1792)
 Thomas Gainsborough (English, 1727–1788)
 Joseph Wright of Derby (English, 1734–1797)
 George Romney (English, 1734–1802)
 John Opie (English, 1761–1807)
 Thomas Lawrence (English, 1769–1830)

Vedutism
Canaletto (Italian, 1697–1768), famous for vedutas of Venice
Giovanni Paolo Panini (Italian, 1691–1765)
 Francesco Zuccarelli (Italian, 1702–1789), known for Arcadian landscapes
 Francesco Guardi (Italian, 1712–1793), view painter of Venice School
 Giambattista Piranesi (Italian, 1720–1778)
 Bernardo Bellotto (Italian, 1720–1780), Canaletto’s nephew depicting Warsaw

Neoclassicism
 Anton Raphael Mengs (German, 1728–1779), friend of Johann Joachim Winckelmann
 Johann Zoffany (German, 1733–1810)
 Benjamin West (American-born British, 1738–1820)
 Angelica Kauffman (Swiss-born, 1741–1807)
 Jacques-Louis David (French, 1748–1825), chief artist of the French Revolution and Napoleon
 Antoine-Jean Gros (French, 1771–1835), pupil of Jacques-Louis David
 Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (French, 1780–1867)

Romanticism
 Francisco Goya (Spanish, 1746–1828)
 Henry Raeburn (Scottish, 1756–1823)
 William Blake (British, 1757–1827), symbolist religious painter, printmaker and book illustrator
 Caspar David Friedrich (German, 1774–1840)
 J. M. W. Turner (English, 1775–1851)
 John Constable (English, 1776–1837)
 Théodore Géricault (French, 1791–1824)
 Eugène Delacroix (French, 1798–1863)

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