Lessons for Painting

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  • Thinking Syntactically: Using non-print text to faciliate generation of syntax and analysis of tone - … ). In a sentence state the overall tone of the painting. State the painting's title and painter's name. Example: The tone … verb, not just adjective based. Painting referred to is by 12 year-old Albanian artist, Milano (painting attached below). The following represents … . In a sentence state the overall tone of the painting. State the painting's title and painter's name. Nicholas: Sad 2 … : In a sentence state the overall tone of the painting. State the painting's title and painter's name. Katie: The drawing …
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  • Las Meninas by Velázquez - … take place? Who are the people in the painting? Whom is the artist really painting? Where can you see them? What is … tour, click on the painting for more information. When was this painted? What is the size of the painting? Name an article in … why? Click on STUDY When did Velazquez paint this? Describe the perspective/ depth in the painting. What is the assumed shape of … 's work on a timeline and describe the painting using a transparency of the painting and an overhead projector. Leslie Port Toms …
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  • Journey Through Time: Art Tells the History of Nebraska - … appropriate for this painting? Why or why not? ? What would you name the painting? ? What's happening in this painting? ? What makes you … blend naturally. ? Remind students that wet paint will "bleed" together. Be careful not to over paint or painting will get "muddy." ? With a … the previously mentioned activity. 4. Compare Routon's painting with Sally Cover's painting The Homestead of Ellsworth Ball or p. 173 …
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  • Filter Quilter: A Lesson Plan by Alison King - … before they can be expected to create representational (realistic) paintings. This digital painting lesson is constructed in the same spirit to help … same painting. Artisitc Objective: Students will learn that digital paint may be manipulated with filters and paint-modification tools in a non-representational painting … kinds of repetitive patterns could you make using the paint brushes and paint manipulation tools? Which color would you like your canvas …
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  • European Tour: History And Tradition - … the color printout of the appropriate paintings to the teams. Ask them to discuss the painting as a group and write their … following questions: What event is shown in this painting? Describe the events in this painting. Who are the different people or figures … and personal thoughts about the painting. After each team presents, pin their painting on the bulletin board. Each painting should be placed in …
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  • Butterfly - … butter?ies. Instructions explaining how to use the mold trays. Paints and paint brush with which to ?nish the models. Magnets used … casts dry for 2 hours before painting. Separate the paint pots from each other with sissors before painting. See page 8 for color … in Australia, Hawaii, and other Paci?c islands. PAINTED LADY (Vanessa cardui) The Painted Lady is very common in North America and … stain that can be used to antique your creation after painting. Paint on and wipe off. Download other Kit brochures at: http …
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  • THOMAS EAKINS: SCENES FROM MODERN LIFE: On Being Different - … versus Philadelphia? ??' What experience gave Eakins courage and influenced his painting in Spain? ??' What challenges and failures did Eakins face in … his painting in Spain? (Answers: The Spanish paintings. Valasquez painting of the spinners-the most beautiful painting he had ever seen. He wanted to paint … : Questions for Discussion and Understanding What unusual subjects did Eakins paint when he returned to Philadelphia from Europe? (Answers: Oarsman and …
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  • Never Again or Again and Again? Barriers to Preventing Genocide since the Holocaust - … single handout.) + Background on "The Holocaust Series: Sur-Rational Resources Paintings" by Fritz Hirschberger + Indifference by Fritz Hirschberger America's + The … , LCD or overhead Sur-Rational projector (to view paintings), books and web access for Paintings by student research (optional) Fritz Hirschberger Responding … indifference the Holocaust for the title of his painting? Raising How does the painting depict or capture the feeling of Awareness about …
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  • Lesson on Wayne Thiebaud - … sure each student has availability to brushes, water, palettes, paint containers, paints, and paper towels. 22. The cakes will need to be … and paints to make those colors. Remind students that to mix paints they must add small amounts of dark paint into lighter paint. 24 … discard those colors until the painting is finished. 25. Tell the students that when painting to try to paint the larger shapes first …
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  • Art and Life During the American Revolution - … . CONTENT KNOWLEDGE Procedural Use induction following interpretation of engravings and paintings (using their symbols, subjects, colors and artist background) to make … colonists to achieve their independence Understand that engravings and oil paintings are important primary sources that document the colonial past historically … arts descriptive rubric, students will describe a painting that has been reported stolen. The painting needs to be described exactly so the …
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