As young learners create and respond to art of the Northern Countries, they will discover where the long lasting tradition of Realism in Western art began. This book tells the stories of artists that changed the way we look at nature, from Durer’s tuft of grass, painted in 1503 to the great landscape painters of the 19th century: Turner, Millet, and Corot. 18 lessons introduce children to the discoveries of the period and to new methods for making art. Children work with printmaking, watercolor, charcoal, and oil pastel.
ARTistic Pursuits K-3 Program Vol. 5, Art of the Northern Countries
Volumes in the Series:
Vol 1. Art for Children
Vol 2. Art of the Ancients
Vol 3. Art of the Middle Ages
Vol 4. Artists That Shaped the Italian Renaissance
Vol 5. Art of the Northern Countries
Vol 6. Art of the Impressionists
Vol 7. Art of the Modern Age
Vol 8. Art in America
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