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Ilya Repin (1844-1930): Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan , 199,5 х 254 cm, Moscow

Ilya Repin (1844-1930): Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan on November 16, 1581(detail), 1885, oil on canvas, 199,5 х 254 cm, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

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The Lives of 10 Famous Painters, Visualized as Minimalist Infographic Biographies

Pollock, Dalí, Matisse, Klimt, Picasso, Mondrian, Klee, Boccioni, Kandinsky, and Miro, visually distilled.

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Art History Timeline - dummies

Get a broad overview of the major periods in art history, famous works, artists, and historical events with this printable handout.

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Free Coloring Pages - Coloring Pages Collection - Download Coloring on My Coloring Researches

My Coloring Researches is a Free Coloring Pages Collection of Coloring Gallery with thousands of free coloring, coloring images for you to download

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Resource: ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM (Movement Binder Notes)

This front and back note sheet, featuring full-color images and formatted notes, is designed specifically for 3-ring binders.

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Only 1 out of 60 People Can Identify the Names of These 40 Famous Paintings! Can you?

Do you remember art history from school? Are you the type who loves to spend all day at museums? If so, this is the quiz for you! Test your knowledge and see if you can identify all 50 famous paintings.

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Jasper Johns & LMNO Peas

These are still a work in progress...but I am already loving them so I wanted to post what I had so far! We began our project with the book LMNO Peas by Keith Baker. It is a fun alphabet book about these tiny green peas that show action. It is a great book for talking about action verbs and having students come up with verbs that would go with each alphabet letter. I had mine try and predict what action the peas would be doing as I turned each page. By the end of the book they were getting much better with developing their action verbs! One of my friends that teaches Kindergarten had given me these great alphabet stamps that she had purchased from Lakeshore. They are jumbo and perfect for little hands. So, naturally, printmaking came to mind and who better to go along with the alphabet book than the king of printmaking....JASPER JOHNS! So we did an artist study on Johns and I displayed several copies of various art pieces in the room. Then my 2nd and 3rd graders completed an art writing piece about Johns where they reflected on interesting or intriguing aspects of his work and stated some facts that they had learned about Johns. They glued these writings to the back of their finished art work (I decided if they actually keep their artwork then they will always have the background information on Jasper johns. We did print making with the alphabet stamps in cool colors then we painted around the letters with warm colors. I love them! My K-1st graders completed a slip with the photo of the cover of the book printed on it and the statement “___ is for ___”. I had them put their first initial and their first name in the blanks. This week they are finishing by using green paper and cutting out small peas and giving them faces to glue on their piece. Here is a short power point on JJ: http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/huskeyj72501-1347957-jasper-johns/

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