Art Appreciation - Previous programmes
Art Appreciation 2019/2020 Programme
Choose your dream house then choose paintings to go in it.
Then choose your favourite – give your reasons.
A given subject.
“Pick a card.” Look for the subject given in one or two paintings.
Ask: Why is it there? How is it depicted? Look at the colour, the light on it etc.
Then tell the rest of the group: Artist; title; year painted; size.
Christmas themed paintings by famous artists. Choose one or two.
To get ideas : www.1st-art-gallery.com
Or look at the National Gallery Christmas cards for ideas.
Look at style; date; subject; medium; original purpose for it eg. a painting.
Both English artists.
Choose a painting from each artist and compare how they represent animals (horses).
William Blake (English)
Look at their work showing: fantasy; invention; imagination; bizarre subjects; witchcraft.
Compare how they depict their subjects.
Joseph Wright of Derby (English 1734 – 1797)
We will look at different themes. You will be given cards with the subject outlined.
Then we will compare with the candlelight paintings of George de la Tour (French 1593-1652)
Art Appreciation 2018/19 Programme
Look at symbolism in Tudor Art
Early Renaissance Painters
High Renaissance Painters, De Vince, M Angelo,
Bruegel elder and Bosch- daily life /peasant life and fantasy in 1500's.
Rembrandt, Vermeer, Velasques, Rubens, El Greco, Carravaggio.
Hogarth and Chardin-1764.
Gainsborough, Turner and Constable.