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Art History

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For all of my 25 years of teaching art I have introduced my students to the great movements of art. Though vast and dizzying in it's array, I have chosen to start with the Renaissance, and end with...

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What are the Remaining Components of Art Grammar? (Part 3 of 3) – Podcast #26 - Ridge Light Ranch

Today we’re talking about the other five components of the grammar (basics) of art: Techniques / Media, Skills, Purposes of Art, Art History, and Art Appreciation. Listen on iTunes | Listen on Google Play | Listen on Stitcher Art and the Classical Model Here’s all the links to this full series on using the Classical Model of Eduction to...

Gustav Klimt -- The Kiss

one of Klimt's most famous works painted in 1907-1908 and located at the Austrian Belvedere Gallery in Vienna.

Art Analysis

Complete the following assignment to gain an understanding of how to analyze an artwork. ​ Requirements What and Why- 5 points Vocabulary Awareness - 5 points Art Analysis- 20 points Total Points:...

The Swing by Jean-Honoré Fragonard

Artist: Jean-Honoré Fragonard | Year (completed): 1767 | Period: Rococo In The Swing, we can see a young woman fly through the air inside a lovely garden wearing a voluminous pink dress. Her suspension above the ground is made possible by a swing made of a seat cushioned in red velvet and two ropes fastened to the knobby branches of a huge tree. An older man sitting on a stone bench on the far right assists in operating the apparatus. He pulls the swing back to provide the woman the momentum…

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7 Tips for Studying Art History on Your Own

There are lots of resources out there for people who want to study art history on their own. However, structure and guidance are harder to come by, so here is my best advice for getting the most ou…

Mark Staff Brandl: Time Lines

These are my most recent "Quicky Art History" time lines which I use to teach surveys of art history. I hope you find them interesting and useful.

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