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This blog was created as an extension of the dialogue that began in our classroom and the purpose is to share creative ideas, images, and critiscm. All posts should be appropriate for the high school classroom and critiscm should be helpful and positive.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Painting: The History Project

Below is the list of artists that we covered in the previous week during our Google Art Research Project and in addition to being on the test this week, these same artists will be the foundation of your next project where you may choose any artist on the list and choose one of their works to look at then create your own work as a response to theirs.  To be clear, your not being asked to work in their style of mimic their painting rather to create your own work that is a visual response to a theme, technique, subject, ect. found in their work.  Here is the Metropolitan Museum Art History Timeline

Renaissance art
Peter Paul Rubens
Anthony Van Dyck
Hans Holbein the Younger
Albrecht Altdorfer
Moretto da Brescia
Girolamo Romanino
Roelandt Savery
Adriaen Van Utrecht

Rembrandt van Rijn
Johannes Vermeer

Katsushika Hokusai
Utagawa Hiroshige

Claude Monet
Georges Seurat
Mary Cassatt

Vincent Van Gogh
Odilon Redon

Art Deco and Art Nouveau
Gustav Klimt
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Alphonse Mucha

Felix Duban
Fernand Leger
Pablo Picasso
Henri Matisse
Salvador DalĂ­
Man Ray
André Masson
Richard Long

Contemporary (living)
Damien Hirst
Jake and Dinos Chapman
David Shrigley

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