The History of Art, by Ethan Tingey, is a virtual gallery representation of a timeline depicting important art creations. Each piece in the virtual gallery is accompanied by the time or time-frame of which it was created, and a description of why that piece is significant to the progression of art. The progression of art is extremely interesting because it provides knowledge of the people, cultures, and societies that are associated with each art piece. Many different cultures and societies are depicted throughout the gallery, thus the gallery is a rough portrayal of the progression of humanity, through the evaluation of art. Each art piece is evaluated in consideration to notable events that happened during the respective time to the creation of that art piece. There are a broad amount of different art forms included in The History of Art, such as painting, sculpting, architecture, metal working, and more. The pieces evaluated range from the Lascaux Cave Painting (Stone Age 30,000 b.c.–10,000 b.c.) to the architecture in the Serpentine Art Gallary (Postmodernism 2005).