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  • CELEBRATION OF THE HERO IN JAPAN AND CHINA - … and writing poetry, becoming an important part of the Chinese artistic tradition. Theatrical figures Kabuki was a new type of theatre … most famous beauties were produced by a succession of talented artists, engravers, and printers. A new interest in the everyday world … prints were produced between 1658 and 1858, when the leading artists, Hokusai and Hiroshige, turned. to landscape prints that portrayed common …
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  • Sumi-e Painting - … four flowers most beloved in China by the gardener, the artist, the poet, the scholar, and the craftsman: o Bamboo, not … where the bold use of ink strokes and washes allowed artists to eliminate all but the essential characteristics from their subjects … , shading, and the use of white space and abstraction. French artists such as Matisse, Gauguin, and Cezanne, among others, were also … a variety of subjects. In the same way a Japanese artist does, spend time closely observing the subject before beginning work …
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  • The Profound Simplicity Of Scrolls - … " it. Paintings might be stamped with the seal of the artist, calligrapher, owner, or the poet of an inscribed poem. Many … inscriptions may appear on a single painting. Key Ideas • Scholar-artists were often retired government civil servants educated figures who, upon … do you think this painting has for the artist? Do you think the artist left enough space for the inscriptions? c. What … impact that it has on the viewer: Why would the artist keep the picture simple? 6. Discuss what they think the …
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  • Voyages Of Discovery - … travel art and literature. Hundreds of years ago, Japanese travelers, artists, and writers essentially did the same thing the students just … analyze examples of Japanese art (woodblocks, scrolls, screens) in which artists capture the mood and essence of a specific location in the Japanese countryside. Possible areas of concentration include artist Ando Hiroshige and specific places might be Mt. Fuji and …
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  • Working Women of WWII - … of the cartoon? How does the artist feel about the subject? Do you agree with the artist— why or why not? Women … her strength. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What was the artist’s purpose in drawing this cartoon? What characteristics describe the woman? Who was the artist’s audience (for whom was this cartoon meant?) Does the artist make the reader feel patriotic …
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  • Van Gogh Clay Plaque - … 5-8 Objectives – Students will learn biographical information about the artist Vincent Van Gogh and study his contributions to art and … the modern world through the industrial revolution, and his prolific artistic output chronicles his reactions to the people and places of … century and into the mind of the artist. Wooden Rolling Pins (30345-1006) Blick Artist’s Acrylic Colors (00624-) Blick Scholastic Golden …
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  • Mood in Art and Poetry - … several major art collections and research information about an artist and that artist’s works. • The student will select an art piece … they find interesting. 11. The students need to identify the artist of the work chosen and research information about his or … four questions that they would personally like to ask the artist about the work. For example, “why are the trees painted … to them. They read each other’s notes about the artist’s life and then help to formulate possible answers to …
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  • Linked Destiny: The Buffalo and the Plains Indians - … for free download at http://www.efolkmusic.com/ ViewArtist.asp?Artist=Rise. Web Sites The following websites are bookmarked for easy … introductory activity, log into http://www.efolkmusic.com/ ViewArtist.asp?Artist=Rise to download Buffalo Song before the lesson so that … . Website 1: “Efolkmusic.com” http://www.efolkmusic.com/ ViewArtist.asp?Artist=Rise Provide your students with a FOCUS FOR MEDIA INTERACTION …
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  • An Investigation into the Use of Shapes in Art - … techniques. Visual Arts Standards, California Department of Education Standard 1. Artistic Perception: Processing, analyzing, and responding to sensory information through the … . A selection of images of works of art—paintings, sculptures, artistic photographs, that show strong use of shape (art magazines are … : Have the students compare and contrast the way that different artists use shape. They can also compare the images from the …
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  • The Friii endshiii p Projjj ect- Briii ghton & Hove - … felted stones Brighton & Hove is home to a very large artist community with many independent studios and galleries These are very … represented in the annual ‘Brighton Festival’ when many of these artists open their houses and studios for people to come and visit Janice is a member of one of the largest artist run studios in Brighton ‘The Phoenix Studios’ She is a … consider the contrasts of texture • To begin to understand the artistic process in producing a piece of work Lesson Plan • After …
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