Talk:Timeline of art

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odd I know i origannly cretaed this page, but it seems omeone else did :-s. maybe my orignal one got deleted and this one cretaed after. -fonzy

ok found out why, i created mine on this page: List of art events. So which page has the bettter title? -fonzy

1800s[edit]

Space saving in the future? Maybe more cellpadding... gren グレン 20:53, 8 September 2005 (UTC)

Line breaks[edit]

I'm not sure about the double spacing & line breaks introduced today; they effectively double the size of the list, make it far less logical, and difficult to follow. Also, if the list is to expand, the side notes should have as small a footprint as is possible. - Coil00 21:49, 18 November 2006 (UTC)

Good point. It doesn't look quite right to me. Deb 22:10, 18 November 2006 (UTC)

Wow!!! 4 hours for Nothing No thanks!!!! You break it you buy it. I will work elsewhere. This is meaningless to me with everything in a hodge podge of a mess. Artsojourner 09:18, 20 November 2006 (UTC)

Prehistory[edit]

While stub-sorting I've found various articles like 80,000 BC in art which need some attention - not a "year" article, doesn't say what period it purports to cover, etc. It's not clear what hierarchy of articles there ought to be for the early periods of art. These are linked in the page List_of_years_in_art and in the category Category:Years in art, and Table_of_years_in_art#Other_years_in_art is a bit vague about them. Someone more expert in art history, or in the handling of "years" in WP, might like to tidy them up! I'll post this message at a couple of other relevant pages in the hope of finding an appropriate enthusiast to take them on. PamD (talk) 07:38, 24 July 2010 (UTC)