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  1.   Claude Monet and his Friends and Followers
Google Search 285 West Broadway NY, NY 10013 p 212 966 5582 f 212 941 Lesson Plan Search: Keyword and/or Subject and/or 1787 Grade Quick Links _ _ _ _ Claude Monet and his Friends and Followers _ Adapted By: Ms. Hom has an MA in Art Education from Teachers College and a BFA in Illustration from Parsons _ Debbie Hom School of Design. She has teaching experience in both private and public sectors. This is her third year teaching art at P.S. 124. She is thrilled that each da...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Precursors to the Film Medium
...hey had completely revolutionized art as we know it. Basically, what made the works of the Impressionists different from anything that had come before was that they were interested in capturing the literal impression that an object makes upon your eye (hence their name). For instance, painters like Claude Monet noticed that when you looked at a body of water or at a tree or a cloud, those things never stayed still but were constantly in motion. The Impressionists wanted to somehow capture the way an object moved and how light and color looked while it was in motion. The reason that they were so hated by art critics wa...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Lesson 3, Comparing Asian and Impressionist Landscapes
...s, and a brief biography and discussion of his work. Works by Katsushika Hokusai at the Web Museum [http://peace.wit.com/wm/paint/auth/hokusai/] This site provides both pictures by Hokusai, a Japanese artist who worked during the mid-1800s, and a brief biography and discussion of his work. Works by Claude Monet at the Web Museum [http://peace.wit.com/wm/paint/auth/monet/] This site provides a brief biography and discussion of Monet's works in addition to samples of his work throughout his career. Works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir at the Web Museum [http://peace.wit.com/wm/paint/auth/renoir/] This site provides a brief bi...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  4.   Lesson 1, Exploring Impressionist Landscapes
...been used to achieve this effect? How has the artist used line in the picture? What sort of feeling or experience does this use of line evoke? How is the illusion of space created in the piece? What three words would you use to describe this painting? Have students visit the Web Museum exhibits on Monet and Renoir (see Internet Resources below). Have students focus on Renoir's landscapes and Monet's haystacks and water lilies. Students should also read the biographies of both artists' that accompany the art works. Students should respond to the questions listed above and record their observations for later use. Assem...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  5.   Monet'S Garden
Katelin Harvey December 1, 2005 FOURTH GRADE Monet's Garden 23 WEEKS ART STANDARDS HISTORY The students will learn about impressionism and one of the wellknown artists of the period, Claude Monet. They will also study artworks done by Monet with a major focus on the paintings of the garden at Giverny, France. Through these various artworks, the students will also lear...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   K - Act. 21: Claude Monet Seasonal Painting
K - Act. 21: Claude Monet Seasonal Painting Summary: Students will create a seasonal painting in "Claude Monet's" style. Main Curriculum Tie: Kindergarten - Content Standard 3 Objective 1 Investigate changes in the seasons. Materials: a variety of Claude Monet prints 9x12" sheet of white art paper for each student paint brush for each s...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   Claude Monet Seasonal Painting
K - Act. 21: Claude Monet Seasonal Painting Summary: Students will create a seasonal painting in "Claude Monet's" style. Main Curriculum Tie: Kindergarten - Content Standard 3 Objective 1 Investigate changes in the seasons. Materials: a variety of Claude Monet prints 9x12 sheet of white art paper for each student paint brush for each st...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  8.   In the Steps of Claude Monet
. ArtNC/NCMA logos Claude Monet The Seine at Giverny, Morning Mists Theodore Robinson House with Scaffolding, Giverny Pierre Peyron The Death of Alcestis Themes & Lessons Claude Monet The Cliff, Etretat, Sunset Frederick Carl Frieseke The Garden Parasol Camille Pissarro The Saint-Sever Bridge, Rouen: Mist Resource Room Works of Art ArtNC Info...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  9.   Monet, Claude: Monet'S Garden
...(Assessment) Art History Bulletin Boards Crafts Cross Curriculum Drama Drawing Folk Art Multicultural Art Painting Photography Printmaking Recipes Recycling Sculpture Seasons Special Needs Summer Camp Textiles PRINTABLES ARTICLES CONTESTS If you can see this, your browser doesn't understand IFRAME. Monet's Garden by the Sea - Art History Lesson - KinderArt www.KINDERART.com Printer-Friendly Page Home Art History Activity MONET's GARDEN BY THE SEA Written by: Julie Mower [Judy is an art teacher at The Phoenix Center, Nutley, New Jersey] Grade: 6-8 (adaptable for may age groups) Age: 10-14 Note from KinderArt: We succes...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  10.   Monet, Claude: Monet and Impressionism
...(Assessment) Art History Bulletin Boards Crafts Cross Curriculum Drama Drawing Folk Art Multicultural Art Painting Photography Printmaking Recipes Recycling Sculpture Seasons Special Needs Summer Camp Textiles PRINTABLES ARTICLES CONTESTS If you can see this, your browser doesn't understand IFRAME. Monet and Impressionism - Art History for Kids- KinderArt www.KINDERART.com Printer-Friendly Page Home Art History Activity MONET AND IMPRESSIONISM Written by: Judy Sassano [Judy is an art teacher at George Washington Elementary School in Camden, N.J.] Grade: 4-6 Age: 8-10 Activity Summary: This lesson from Judy Sassano tea...
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    Grade Level: 3-12


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