Lessons for Painting

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  • Where Did My Sunflowers Van Gogh? - … will draw first with pencil, then use paint to complete the project. Step 3. When paintings are complete and dry, they may … will draw first with pencil, then use paint to complete the project. Step 3. When paintings are complete and dry, they may … will draw first with pencil, then use paint to complete the project. Step 3. When paintings are complete and dry, they may … will draw first with pencil, then use paint to complete the project. Step 3. When paintings are complete and dry, they may …
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  • Angles in the Mix - … /Annotation:Overview/Annotation: In this lesson, students will observe art paintings for angles - straight, right, obtuse, and acute. Using digital cameras … :Materials and Equipment: Paint and 9x12 or 12x18 white construction paper Paint and 9x12 or 12x18 white construction paper Paint and 9x12 or … PowerPoint to be familiar with the angles found in the paintings. Background/Preparation:Background/Preparation:Students may need background knowledge of …
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  • Making Paint - … your own paint. You will learn how paint is made, and then you will be making your own paint and using this paint to … artists buy their own paint, at one time painters had to make their own paint. There was no paint for sale. Today, some … , and the consistency of paint they want -- thick or thin. Paint is a special kind of substance. Paint is special because it is … is then suspended in the water. Acrylic paints are also a colloid. In acrylic paints, pigment is suspended in a liquid plastic …
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  • Imagination Station: An Inquiry-based Introduction To Dali - … in your house? Have you seen any paintings like this before? How does this painting make you feel? Still Life: Sandia * * * * * * * What … ? What is the mood of this painting? Does this painting remind you of any of the other paintings? What is the weather like … can you find? Why are there flies in the painting? Where is this painting taking place? Why are there so many flies … . Are you responding to an entire painting, to part of a painting, or to several of the paintings at the same time? Are …
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  • Still Life - … life. Look again at two still life paintings. Complete activity utilizing ideas of still life painting. Materials Slide of Childe Hassam's … : Now you are going to have a chance to paint still life paintings. All of you who prefer the still life of … few colors really stand out? Allow both groups time to paint their paintings, and, if time permits, look at one another's … Frederick Douglass and the Harriet Tubman Series of Narrative Paintings, which Lawrence painted between 1938 and 1940 while he was employed as …
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  • Core Knowledge Sequence, - … the painting, and tell them that the painting was done on a scroll and that many Chinese paintings done long ago were painted on … the art work a print or a painting? (painting) Tell the children that the painting was done with just two colors a covering … sisters, all of whom began collecting his paintings. Beginning in the 1920s Matisse's paintings changed again; things like perspective and three …
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  • Still Life - … we will be exploring sketching and watercolor painting while creating our own still life painting. I willdemonstrate the project for students before … groups of objects on tabletops and minutely realistic paintings of currency. Many of his paintings use objects to tell stories or symbolize … . 10. Using watercolors, paint your fruit. (11. Mat your painting in another lesson.) CLOSURE: After students finish their paintings, they will discuss and …
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  • The Subject Matter and Artistic Styles of the Lyme Art Colony - … To compare/contrast works of art painted in different styles To view historic photographs and paintings To use the Museum?s website … collection in terms of subject matter (what is painted), style (how it?s painted), and impact (how the subject matter and style … line between similar things in both paintings. Have the groups report out their discussion. Painting A: Painting B: Henry Ward Ranger (1858-1916 …
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  • The Changing Landscape - … . How is this painting similar to the previous painting we looked at? How is this painting different from the previous painting? What do you … emphasized his use of paint in the picture, whereas Poussin has painted a scene of illusions using his painting techniques to create perspective … that? How is this painting different from the previous painting we looked at? How is this painting different from the painting by Poussin? Can …
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  • Painting - … Evolution of Painting II. Answer 4 questions. The Styles of Painting. Choose any 1. (10) ____ 1. Learn the important painting styles from … . (10) ____ 7. Construct a poster that highlights the paintings from a painting style discussed in class. Poster should include works, artists … . Project should include name of artist, picture of painting, and title of painting. Study your product and be prepared to answer 5 …
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